I used to worry what others thought of my stoma but now I share it with the world

I used to worry what others thought of my stoma but now I share it with the world
 

When I was 27 and diagnosed with ulcerative colitis, it came as a bewildering, life-changing shock when surgeons told me that a bit of my small intestine would be brought out onto my belly to allow me to pass waste into a bag.
Looking at my stoma for the first time was like seeing some kind of alien attached to my body; I knew next to nothing about ostomy bags or how to live with one.
I had also lost four stone in weight, having been physically unable to eat any food due to the ulceration in my bowel. When I came out of hospital after three weeks inside, I looked liked a skeleton and had to... read more

 
Saturday, 10:06 in Lifestyle, Views: 42
Source: Metro
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