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Eating Out With An Ileostomy

Eating Out With An Ileostomy

Eating Out With An Ileostomy We each have our unique eating habits following ileostomy surgery. Some can eat anything and everything with no repercussions to ileostomy life. Others like myself have to be careful with what to eat as I know what will cause a potential...
Lauren’s Young Diagnosis Story: Age 8

Lauren’s Young Diagnosis Story: Age 8

Lauren’s Young Diagnosis Story: Age 8 Diagnosis: Crohn’s disease Year of diagnosis: Age at diagnosis: Eight Place of diagnosis: Wishaw General Hospital/Yorkhill Hospital for Sick Children My name is Lauren and I like to describe myself as ‘your friendly...
Amy’s Young Diagnosis Story: Age 7

Amy’s Young Diagnosis Story: Age 7

Amy’s Young Diagnosis Story: Age 7 Being at the age of 27, the amount of support I can now access has changed considerably since I got my permanent ileostomy in 2011, at the age of 19. Support in all different forms is vital to ensure we get “clued...
Amber’s Young Diagnosis Story: Age 13

Amber’s Young Diagnosis Story: Age 13

Amber’s Young Diagnosis Story: Age 13 Where do I start? What is the biggest, most significant concern as a young teen? Being late for the cinema? Not being able to get a lift to a friends house? Wanting a mobile phone?… For me, I certainly didn’t...
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