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Thinking about taking a cruise? Go ahead. With a little preparation, your voyage with a stoma will be easy and trouble-free.
If you have an ostomy, being apprehensive about going on a cruise is natural. That’s because you may be in a small space, and away from the mainland for days. But don’t let that stop you from cruising if you have a stoma. All you have to do is follow a few guidelines:
View or print the full PDF booklet: Living with an Ostomy: Travel
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