Ostomy pouching system

What is Ostomy pouching system?

An ostomy pouching system (also colloquially called a bag) is a medical device prosthetic that provides a means for the collection of waste from a surgically removed intestine.

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I had a cancer of the colon removed in June. Since removing the colostomy bag 3 weeks ago I have suffered constipation. I was given Senna tablets....

doctor1 MD

Hello,my name is dr.Dorina Gurabardhi.
I understand your concern.
Take senna once a day at bedtime.
You can take senna with or without food. The...

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I change a friends colostomy bag twice a week.and she told me today that she had quite of blood in her bag this am.i also noticed the stoma looks...

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Yes definitely. It can be wound dehiscence, wound infection, stomal varices or simply gut infection.

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Hello my father is on colostomy bag after emergency surgery from air in his stomach he has an enlarged prostrate as well he originally started this...

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colostomy bag can be removed by surgeon if rest of unction in colon become normal it is to be decided by surgeon. there should not be malignancy or...

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