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What does a healthy stoma look like?

A healthy stoma is pinkish-red and moist. Your stoma should stick out slightly from your skin. It is normal to see a little mucus. Spots of blood or a small amount of bleeding from your stoma is also normal.

Can you eat normally after a stoma?

Many people with a stoma can eat a normal diet. However, some people find certain foods can alter their stoma output and cause symptoms such as diarrhoea, constipation, wind, odour or a blockage of the stoma.

How do I stop my ostomy from smelling?

Pouch Deodorants

These come in both liquid and gel form and are used as a preventative measure. All you need to do is put your preferred pouch deodorant in your ostomy bag after every time you change or empty your pouch, before reattaching the system.

Is a stoma major surgery?

A colostomy is a major surgery. As with any surgery, there are risks of allergic reactions to anesthesia and excessive bleeding. A colostomy also carries other risks, such as: damage to nearby organs.

What are the red flags of a stoma?

Immediately after ostomy surgery, the stoma may be red or swollen as it heals. However, if swelling or redness continues, stay in contact with your doctor or a qualified WOCN (Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nurse).造口護理服務

How do you get a flat stomach with a stoma?

Your overall diet should be well balanced and include a wide variety of foods from all food groups. Making small changes to all the food groups can help you to reduce your weight gradually and keep the weight off. You might choose to start by simply reducing your portion sizes (apart from vegetables) at meals.

How much water should you drink a day with a stoma?

6-8 glassesKeeping hydrated with an ileostomy, colostomy and urostomy

You should try to drink 6-8 glasses of water each day along with any other drinks such as tea or coffee.

What are the 3 principles of stoma care nursing?

These Clinical Nursing Standards for the delivery of stoma care underpin and are integral to the company's clinical governance framework, which is fundamentally based on 3 key principles: patient safety, clinical effectiveness and patient/user experience (NHS England, 2014).

Which ostomy is permanent?

Most people who need a cancer-related colostomy or ileostomy only need it for a few months while the small or large intestine heals. But some people may need a permanent ostomy. A urostomy is typically a permanent surgery and cannot be reversed.

What is it like living with an ostomy?

You can eat whatever you want if you have an ostomy

If you have a colostomy or ileostomy, you'll find that various foods affect your digestive tract differently. Just as some foods gave you gas before your surgery, you'll likely experience gas with certain foods now that you have an ostomy.造口產品

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