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Going into labor and giving birth with a stoma should not be causes for worry. However, there are a few things you should know.
Are you concerned about going through the childbirth process? The good news is that a woman with an ostomy can have a normal labor and delivery. If your reproductive organs are undamaged and working normally after surgery, there should be no issues.
Here are six things to know before that special day:
Download the full pdf: Living with an Ostomy: Sex & Parenthood
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