by SecuriCare Team

Stoma Care Nurse Says: Let’s Talk About Sex And Stomas

by SecuriCare Team

Sex with a stoma is a topic that many find difficult to discuss with their Stoma Care Nurse, but they shouldn’t. Sex is natural and if you have concerns, you may benefit from speaking to your nurse or reading this blog in the meantime.

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Categories: Living With A Stoma, Stoma Tips, Relationships

by Aleesha Verma

Six Tips For Sleeping With An Ileostomy Bag

by Aleesha Verma

Having a good night’s sleep is important, even if you have a stoma. After surgery your sleeping pattern may change; Aleesha has shared six useful tips to modify your bedtime routine and help achieve a restful night of sleep.

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by SecuriCare Team

Meet The Team: Rebecca, Colorectal Nurse

by SecuriCare Team

Meet Rebecca, our new Colorectal Nurse. In her first blog, she shares the highlights of her role and some behind the scenes details about her day-to-day responsibilities.

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Categories: SecuriCare Team, Life At SecuriCare

by SecuriCare Team

Stoma Care Nurse Says: How To Cope With Lockdown Easing

by SecuriCare Team

If you’re struggling with lockdown restrictions easing, you’re not alone. We asked a Stoma Care Nurse about how to manage anxiety as an ostomate, read what she advises in this blog.

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Categories: Living With A Stoma, Stoma Tips, Coronavirus

by Stephie Simpson

Telling New Friends About Having A Stoma

by Stephie Simpson

It’s difficult to know how to have the conversation about having a stoma. However, it’s important to know that your friends and family will always want to support you. Here Stephie explains how she recently broached the situation with two new friends.

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Categories: Living With A Stoma, Relationships