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Diarrhea Diaries Living with Crohns Disease

Diarrhea Diaries – Living with Crohn’s Disease 14 Living beautifully with an ostomy. How I live and work with Endometriosis. Podcasting live. Frank discussion about surviving endometriosis and the problem it causes. Parenting And Stuff. Living with an Ostomy | Fight Colorectal Cancer http://fightcolorectalcancer.org2/27/13 Can I have a normal life after an ostomy? Will […]

2012 Youth Rally

Week Of Fun And Learning For Kids With Ostomies, Urostomies, and J-Pouches. For over 30 years the Youth Rally has been a place for young people ages 11 to 17 with ostomies and continent diversions, or who are preparing for surgery, to come together and meet other young people who deal with similar life experiences. […]

Living with an Ostomy Useful Links

Living with an Ostomy Useful Links

Emotional Issues (Mount Sinai Hospital) People respond differently to surgery. There is no one “normal” or “best” response. Intimacy, Sexuality and an Ostomy (PDF from United Ostomy Association Inc) Covers sex myths and truth, common sexual problems, talking with your partner, the effects of medication, and helpful hints. Ostomy: Adapting to life after colostomy, ileostomy or urostomy (Mayo […]

Ostomy General Information

Ostomy General Information What Is An Ostomy? (GLO-UOAA) This section covers terminology in two primary areas: types of ostomies and continent procedures, and types of pouching systems with the major accessories and supplies. Ileostomy, Colostomy, and Ileoanal Reservoir Surgery (NIDDK) Colostomy Colostomy (Mount Sinai Hospital) Colostomy Fact Sheet (United Ostomy Association Inc) Colostomy Guide (PDF file from United Ostomy Association […]

Tony Bell

Born having a flaw of his colon, Tony Bell received an ostomy right after entry into the world. A couple of years later on, the ostomy was reversed, but, after a period of being affected by incontinence, 9-year-old Tony got a permanent colostomy. Out of the blue, this non-active, withdrawn youngster who had been frightened […]

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