Ostomy surgery: when gossips magnify problems… is about getting patient to undergo ostomy surgery versus patients’ gossips.
Traditional Tuesday – in Sarawak- former students doing the Sarawak dance at end of stomaltherapy nursing program.
one week post op- Glitteryguts shares her ostomy surgery experience in this re-blog.
Should a wife clean after one’s poop? is about an ostomate who depends on his spouse to clean and change his stoma bags.
We are expecting! – tells of an ileostomate’s experience having a stoma and now pregnant!
A well-lived present will make tomorrow, a better future. – is about challenging the past, for a better present and future.
“So, You Have an Ostomy”: The Complexity of Coping —Part 1 — lights camera crohn’s – tells about experiences of life after ostomy surgery and quality of life living a stoma and a stoma bag.
A welcoming dance during aromatherapy conferencegraduation
Leaking stoma bags and ‘the window’ tells about an anecdote relating to poor quality stoma bag in the 1980s.
A white lie about an ostomy surgery tells about an aged man being told a well-intended untruth to avoid him ungoing another surgery, only to have it backfired. The old man would rather be told the truth so that he can plan what to do with the little time he may have.