by SecuriCare Team

Stoma And Continence Care Products Delivered To You

by SecuriCare Team

SecuriCare has provided a popular blogging site for the ostomy community since 2012 and we are pleased to welcome thousands of readers every month. But do you know about the home delivery and nursing service we provide too? Hear from three happy customers who also happen to be SecuriCare bloggers, and see if SecuriCare is the home delivery service for you.

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Categories: Living With A Stoma, Stoma Tips

by Jen McGregor

Preparing For IVF With A Stoma

by Jen McGregor

Jen has a stoma and wants to have a baby! Over the next year, she’s making lifestyle changes to prepare her body for IVF treatment. Find out more in her blog…

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Categories: Living With A Stoma, Stoma Tips, Relationships

by Michelle Williams

Visiting Hospital With A Non Stoma Related Query

by Michelle Williams

Visiting a healthcare environment can be daunting, especially during the pandemic. However, if you require medical assistance, it may be unavoidable. Michelle found this out following an accident out walking. Here she shares her story of navigating her anxiety.

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Categories: Stoma Tips, Coronavirus

by SecuriCare Team

Changes To Community Stoma Care Nursing Due To the Pandemic

by SecuriCare Team

As a SecuriCare Stoma Care Nurse, Sharon supports people living with a stoma in the community. Lots has changed due to the pandemic, including how Sharon conducts her home visits and stoma clinic appointments. Find out more about these changes here…

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Categories: SecuriCare Team, Coronavirus

by Sarah Smith

Emergency Stoma Surgery: What I Wish I Had Known

by Sarah Smith

It’s hard to know what to expect when facing stoma surgery, especially if you don’t have enough time to research beforehand. Sarah has shared some things she wishes she’d known before her stoma formation operation.

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Categories: Surgery, Stoma Tips

by Anita Brown

Preventing Sore Skin And Leaks With A Stoma

by Anita Brown

Leaks can happen to anyone with a stoma, the best we can do is be prepared. Anita has had her stoma for nearly 4 years and is experienced with managing leaks and sore skin around her stoma. Read her blog here…

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Categories: Urostomy, Stoma Problems