Relationships with an Ostomy
It’s common to have some anxiety about relationships following ostomy surgery.
With a little planning ahead, you can be sure to have a great night out.
This podcast will cover all-things ostomy, from advice just following surgery, to tips and tricks.
Although it’s normal to feel sensitive about how an ostomy changes your body, meaningful and fulfill
Lee Thrash was about to graduate from high school in 1997 when she was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease. Despite missing the last three months of the school year, she graduated and – against the advice of doctors and family members – started college. Although the disease was an overwhelming part of every day, she graduated with a degree in English. For the next 12 years, Lee fought to have a “normal” life, pushing through the treatments, flares, illness and chronic weakness.