National Shortage of Dioralyte

Some of the ingredients! For those who suffer from dehydration, relying on hydration sachets is super important. Sadly, there is a national shortage of Dioralyte and a lot of people are struggling to get any at all. I'm going to share the St.Marks Solution which originates from the top bowel hospital in the UK called... Continue Reading →

Quick, Affordable Ostomy Fashion

9 months post partum/c-section! Its not uncommon for your body to change after surgery for a stoma and, sometimes, it can go back to normal, other times, not so much. The financial impact surgery can have on an ostomate, can literally come out of nowhere. So, how can we adapt to our new bodies? For... Continue Reading →

Ostomy Ballooning

Ballooning can be an issue you may face when you are an ostomate, with either an Ileostomy or Colostomy. As a urostomy is a bladder stoma, you will find you won't experience this, unless you have other things going on. After surgery, within the first few days, up to a week, or even months, ballooning... Continue Reading →

Chronically Ill Parenting

My new YouTube channel series! A bit late to the party! However, my new YouTube series is now up and running after months of wanting to do it! Once a month, I will be interviewing chronically ill parents, ostomates, those who suffer with mental health and also interviewing those who have struggled and do struggle... Continue Reading →

My Complex Health

I've had chronic health conditions for just under ten years now and as time has went by, I've been able to sit and reflect on my experiences and journey as a patient with complex health. My journey started in 2012 when I was diagnosed with Crohns Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. When getting a diagnosis for... Continue Reading →

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