So today 19th of May was world IBD awareness day, in fact as you maybe aware May is IBD awareness month. Some people have been posting daily images of life with IBD or Inflammatory Bowel Disease, others have been more loud and proud about it both are great !Me? Well I’ve done some “ostobomb’s” to […]
Simon’s stoma story is a really good read I just couldn’t cut it down too much! After emergency surgery on a bank holiday weekend, May 2016, I had a new thing. A stoma. I’d not heard of a stoma previously, so this was all very new to me. I’m not squeamish; having previously worked in […]
I know for a lot of women (and let’s face it men too) worry about fertility at the best of times even without health issues and stomas of any kind. But there isn’t much information on those that have stomas, I can obviously only talk from a woman’s perspective but if there are any guys […]
I kinda wish I had published this one sooner because well it had me in stitches, I just love the way Mary writes to be perfectly honest! Let alone the way she describes being 18 is pretty much how i dealt with my late teens but I guess when you have been sick since you […]
Today I would like to talk to you all about a charity that means a lot to me… the Purple Wings Charity. They work with people with stoma’s due to IBD (or that get IBD after stoma surgery as it does happen) to help them regain confidence within themselves again. Lauren the founder has helped […]
I am very proud to introduce to you Laura from Stomalicious, I have been following her travels round the world with a stoma since just before I had mine formed in April of last year. She recently has moved from Australia to the UK and I got the chance to meet her in the flesh at […]
I personally asked Keith to write a bit about his journey as I was drawn to him due to his selfie challenge on Twitter. He is always so positive and doesn’t let life get him down. If you use twitter I do suggest following him as he is a bundle full of joy. I am […]
Jasmine Stacey is an ostomate herself who prides herself making exquisite lingerie for any woman who likes a bit of class and to feel sexy but also keeps in mind women with ostomies. Some of her lingerie (Black Widow) can be worn with the Comfizz waistband if preferred.
Have you thought about exercising since having your stoma? We’re you a keen runner or swimmer before your surgery? Or did you want to get into it and just feel too poorly before your surgery? Well exercise with an ostomy can be achieved safely with just a few simple steps.