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Scratching the surface can reveal some surprising facts about skin health around the stoma. For people living with an ostomy, this urge to scratch is more common than you may think. And when itching is top of mind, it is hard to think of anything else.
We surveyed both people with stomas and ostomy care nurses to uncover the truth about peristomal itching. Learn what they said in this interactive quiz. You may be surprised!
Skin health can make a big difference in your quality of life with an ostomy. A combination of activities, products, and resources can help you live life the way you want to live.
1, 3, 5, 8, 9 Consumer Survey of Pruritus, Hollister Incorporated, 2016. Data on file.
2, 4, 6, 7, 10 Clinician Survey of Pruritus, Hollister Incorporated, 2016. Data on file.
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