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Swimming is one of the best exercises after ostomy surgery. Yet many avoid it due to embarrassment and other worries. Here are six things that will help you to dive right in.
If you’re recovering from ostomy surgery, swimming is an ideal activity. It works out every part of your body. And you can start slowly and gently build up your stamina. Best of all, there’s no reason why a person with a stoma can’t swim with confidence.
Here are six ways to overcome your fears.
As you recover from surgery, you may feel tired and not interested in exercising much, if at all. But it’s important for your health and well-being to start moving around.Read More
It’s natural to be concerned about odors and gas after your ostomy. Explore products and routines for minimizing ostomy odors and gas.Read More
Brenda Elsagher’s granddaughter provides pure holiday entertainment – and makes her grateful for her life-saving ostomy.Read More
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