Timothy Paley: How did you get that floor so clean private? STAIN BOOST SIR!
Yer Siso: I'll be getting one of those in about 3 days .... thanks for the
information it's very helpful.
Stacey McKee: Love how hygienic you are with this process. Well done, great video
Britt Lockhart: Thank you so much for your honesty and explanation ,very helpful!
Chasnj007: Hi, I'm new to this whole process, so I'm learning a lot from your videos.
Keep up the good work. :)
john smyth: hi there can u tell me how u make out at nite with a bag i have a bigger
bag but still can;t sleep good. thank u for your help
zaodian: Thank you very much!
nando89117: You shouldn't Let bag touch toilet due to high risk of uti or any other
Brad Rawlings: I like your ideas with the water, I was taught to roll up the end about 1
inch before emptying have you seen that way or tried it ?
alecchris02: Thanks. This was very helpful. I recently had a colostomy and am interested
in all I can find out it and how to care for my ostomy.
Greg Giannantonio: yes
bychukb: do you bang chicks with it?
TheQaz95: how do you get colostomy? im just really curious because i really dont want
it, no offence.
AAirman001: Thank you outpatient83 for all your videos. I have on questions that nobody
seems to be able to answer. Can you go in a hot tub with an ostomy? I'm
afraid my wafer will losen. Can you help?
funbus: great video, thanks for sharing, i to kneel at the toilet to empty my bag,
i find it so much easyer, great tip about spraying some water up in the bag
to wash it out a bit, i'll be doing that from now on, keep up the good work.
djandrews663: I mean Joey
Kellen DetroitTigers: anal cancer?
lydiapammy: Thank you for sharing and for the extra tips on keeping supplies center.
The knee position may not work for everyone, but it pretty slick. Take care.
Kimmy Tenkate: Great job....I am going to try the kneeling...
magikinc: thanks for the info i go in for surgery on the 12th of this month i will
have a temp illostomy and i have no idea how to care for it at all thanks
for the info :)
garycalgary: (1) why is there an electrical plug near the toilet i have never seen that
(2) how does someone so young need one of those?
fidokalman: Thank you. My buddy empties his on his knees too. Might I suggest putting
the toilet seat up so nothing gets on it. My buddy has the velcro. Did not
know about ADAPT number 78501 so we'll get that too. And thanks for the
demo on how to get rid of the residue at the sink. Your vids really
prepared us prior to his operation. Great service you provide buddy.
Bridgette Fuselier: Very informative...
LJG7654: Thanks for posting. I recently had an ileostomy and thought I was weird for
emptying my bag that way. Good to know that others do it, too! I had
problems with it getting everywhere and that really cuts down on splashing.
I have found rinsing with water like that loosens my seal, though. Also, I
really like wet ones to clean the end of the bag - flushable are best!
Thanks for posting!
swoki53: thanks for sharing i am awaiting surgery after trying to avoid it for
several years mostly because of having to have the stoma but at leadt it
may be temp if can have pouch
BruceWaldemar: A very informational and well explained video. I appreciate you sharing.
dominick corrieri: Thank you!
Outpatient: @alecchris02 I am glad that my videos have been helpful. If you have any
specific questions please let me know and I would be happy to answer them
or make a video on the topic.
Outpatient: Generally no, it does not smell. when I have worn my wafer/bag for 4 or
more days it can start to smell. but that is only because I have had the
Wafer/bag on for to long. But when I keep everything changed on a regular
basis it does not smell at all.
MegaMegan1717: I have crohns and about a month ago I had to have a Stoma Bag. I am only 12
so this illness has really changed my life, I havn't gone to school since
Easter xxx I look up to people like you. Thankyou God Bless Hope you get
well as soon as possible -Megan xxxxxxx <3
vegasvanley74: thank you very much,my mom had an operation last month,i will tell her what
to do,next time i talk to her,does the deodorizer didnt affect the
operation.God Bless You
Dolphindream15: @outpatient83 I too had to have an illistomy large intestine removed and
part of my small instine removed all due to chronse disease,,but in 2009 I
was told I had dibetis ,,which complacates the problem a dibetic diet is in
complete reverse fropm what I should be eating because of my ostomy,, my
surgery for my ostomy was in 1990,,they discovered I had chronse in 1982 it
started in my esoghus and worked its way down to the instines,,I was 86
Don Cook: Have you tried wrapping toilet paper around a popsicle stick or tongue
Outpatient: @snoozy81 Thank you very much. I hope it has helped.
Maharet Raider: my mom had ileostomy done last month and i completely relied on youtube and
people like yourself to prepare me and my family for our new life. thank
you for all the tips and keep up the good work!
hckahn: Thank you for your candor. You are an angel for giving colostomy patients
confidence and knowledge.
Outpatient: Thank you. I am glad to hear that my video was helpful.
TheQaz95: @outpatient83 thanks! you gave me all the info i needed!
Peter Murray: I have found that when I eat a 1/2 cup of puraid assparagus 1 at morning 1
at dinner I never have loose or wet stools
djandrews663: I have a bag and u have helped a lot but I have to say I watch u over
anyone else because u look like my cousin hooey
bullirish: I think you are terrific! Thanks for your help!
the7thwreck: so...you empty it like a tube of toothpaste? cool! very informative video.
Mike Wieczor: @TheQaz95 bowel obstruction can do it, as well as something called a
volvulus (bowel loops over itself causing necrosis (tissue death).
Perforations in the bowel (can be caused by surgery or mechanical means)
can all do this as well as Chrons and other gastrointestinal disorders.
Hope this helps
Outpatient: @TheQaz95 No offense taken. There are many ways to get an Ostomy. I ended
up with an Ostomy because my Crohns killed off you Colon and part of my
small intestine and I had to have it removed. Having your colon remove due
to Colon cancer would be another way to end up with a Ostomy. I hope this
helps with your question. If you are still wanting more information just
FLOWERS DEARDADDY: I am in the hospitl right now, taking care of my dear dad who had a surgery
a few days ago and will need, hopefully temporarily, to use the ileostomy
bag. I´ve been observing the nurses dealing with it and want to learn the
most I can to be able to help dad. When I found your video and read all the
comments I got really relieved tht somebody can help me deal with this
sitution. I´d like to thank you from deep inside and wish you good luck and
health. You are awesome and so caring. thanks a lot.
Outpatient: I am really happy to hear that, Thank you.
ChiTownPartyBus: great video....you are a great help and keep posting
karmagal: Thanks so much for sharing something very personal.
MrAmmo30: hey im 18 years old and due to have a colostomy bag soon, and your videos
have helped ease a lot of my worries so thanks for that xD. just a quick
question, does this bag have an odor/bad smell when wearing it any time
during the day? for example i am scared that while i am in lesson during
college, the bag may start to smell or something. has this ever happened to
you? and how do you deal with it? thanks
Susan Mulvaney: You're amazing. Thank you for sharing. I have chron's and worry about
needing this some day.
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