Oct 28, 2020
Hannah(31) - ileostomy in 2017. Hannah just wants to be herself. All of her health challenges are only making her stronger.
How do you balance influencing and building ostomy awareness while avoiding the glorification of suffering?
Why are you drawn to helping those who have struggled more than most?
Oct 13, 2020
@Paul_Wischmeyermd (50) Jejunostomy, (like an ileostomy, without the ileum). Paul has 30+ years of experience with his #ostomy. As an ICU Physician, he gets to advocate to many #ostomates at his hospital. A professor, @dukemedschool
Question: Have your doctors been wrong? Have you done everything you were told and...
Oct 3, 2020
Just had her ostomy 3 WEEKS AGO!! Did she feel prepared? How'd her first changes go? What's her biggest fear? Will she figure skate again? What has this process taught her about herself? Do you just all of a sudden get ok with poop? Hell no!! And so much more! Enjoy Jacquelin's charm and humor. This is definitely an...
Sep 15, 2020
Pam Wall - Ileostomy since (1989) and you'd never know it. She's a soldier! Known to most for her sailing expertise, Pam has sailed all over the world with her ostomy, and getting supplies was never an issue. "I still don't believe it!"
Pam's father was the first person in the US with an ostomy. She recalls him going...
Sep 8, 2020
Ostomy noise!! My biggest insecurity from the start! Are ileostomies the same? "It's so loud, I hated leaving the house. Really, I'm sick and now I have this embarrassing orchestra following me everywhere." Garrett Taira and I compare and share about our ostomies and our crappy sounds.