Colostomy

Colostomy Association

UOAA Forum - General Ostomy Discussion

For general discussion of ostomies and continent diversions.

Ostomy Information and Care Guides - Colostomy

Types of Ostomies - Colostomy

Colostomy Association

The Colostomy Association is a UK registered charity representing the interests of people with a colostomy. Colostomy is not a subject that is openly discussed - hence there is a general lack of public knowledge on what it's like to have a stoma. We offer support, reassurance and practical information to anyone who may be about to have, or already has a colostomy. The Association provides assistance to those who are new to living with a colostomy as well as those who have been colostomates for many years.

Leakage Problems

Frequently Asked Questions About Life With An Ostomy

In this page I am going to attempt to answer some of the most common questions that I am asked in regards to my ostomy surgery. Please note that these are my answers only in regards to my life and other ostomates I have spoken to and someone else may have a completely different opinion on some subjects. If you do and want your answers listed here, just email me - I will give full credit to you for your answers.

Shaz's Ostomy Pages

An Interactive Support Page For New and Experienced Ostomates.
The aim of this site is to try and give you as much information as possible regarding ileostomy, colostomy and urostomy surgery. It is for ostomates by ostomates (no "medical speak").

Ready For Anything

The guide is available now - ships internationally, and is available from lulu.com. To read more, see a preview, and/or to buy a copy of the guide please visit this page:
http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/living-with-a-colostomy/14938394


Ostomyland Lifestyle Guide – Ready For Anything
http://ostomyland.com/mainsite/chapter-20-ready-for-anything/






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