Friday , 31 October 2014
Latest General News

Adults and children can have an Ostomy (Colostomy - Urostomy - Ileostomy - J-Pouch - Internal Continent Diversion) at any age - from birth to elderly. Some of the possible reasons include:

Chron's Disease - Cervical Cancer - Colitis - Hirschsprung's Disease - Bladder Cancer - Accidental Abdominal Injury - Bowel Cancer - MS - Permanent Paralysis - Rectal Cancer - Anal Deformity Disease - Enterovaginal Fistula - Ovarian Cancer -Spina Bifida - Urethral Cancer - Prolonged Coma Stasis - Intestinal Cancer - Chronic Bleeding (following radiation) - Colon Cancer - Severe Incontinence - Prostate Cancer - Inflicted Injuries to the Lower Body (due to IED's etc.) - Internal Bowel or Bladder Birth Deformity - Severe Bowel or Bladder Irritations - Uterine Cancer - Cancers of the Lymph Nodes - Diverticulitis - Severe Bowel Obstruction - Neurogenic Disorders - Spinal Cord Injuries - Bladder Exstrophy - Parkinson's disease - Cerbebral Palsy - Perineum Fistualae - Neonatal Necrotizing Enterocolitis - Enteroenteral Fistula - Faecal/anal discharge through any opening other than the anus (cause by damage to the perineum) - Enterocutaneous fistulae - physical attack involving injury to bowel/bladder - Type 2 diabetes neurological damage - severe cystitis - rhabdomyosarcoma - Colon or Intestinall Blockages - Anal Incontinence. This 2013 we're supporting The Christmas Jumpers Co and their super range of Christmas jumpers. Their efforts help raise money for the ICOEF, a superb children’s charity.

Our latest appearance on Estuary TV - please skip to 9 minutes!