Last year I chose to speak only about one special woman and it was our very own Lorraine but this year I have decided to change it up a bit and talk about some women within the ostomy world who aren’t just ladies I have the privilege of calling my friends but they are the […]
I would like to introduce Ros and her journey to having her stoma, thank you so much for sharing this with us.
I met Mark at the Purple Wings Charity Ball back in July through Jasmine of Jasmine Stacey Collection and Laura who wrote travelling abroad post (they modelled under the creative eye of Jasmine for White Rose Clothing) I had been following Mark on his travels around Thailand and the like on his page Travels With A Bag but just didn’t realise the connection […]
We are lucky to have another “double bagger” Vikki, who has a colostomy and a urostomy, sharing her story with us all, thank you Vikki.
I have been talking to Arfaan on twitter for awhile, I love his positivity and how his stoma doesn’t stop him from living his life and playing tennis!
Today’s journey to having a stoma doesn’t include one stoma but two! Louise is what is known in the ostomy community as a “double bagger” I have heard many lovely things about Louise from fellow double bagger Rachel who has an ileostomy and a urostomy. They both run the Facebook group for double baggers (specifically double baggers […]
Richard is the founder of #IBDhour over on Twitter, has appeared on The IBD and Ostomy Support Show with me and my co-hosts, the founder of the blog Gutless Dick and I’ve been lucky enough to meet him at this years Purple Wings Charity exhibition.
This story has been in the to post pile for awhile and every time I read it I cry. Jen thank you so much for your story and how brave you are for being so honest. In the photo below Jen is on the left.
This instalment of “Let’s Be OstoMATES” is Graham, 45 years old and has had a stoma for 40 years. He has lived through the development of stoma care as we know it today.
In this latest edition of Let’s Be OstoMATES we have Sue who talks to us candidly about her experiences on the way to having her permanent ileostomy.