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Healthy peristomal skin starts with a simple skin care routine. Discover some basic tips to help you avoid peristomal skin complications.
Making sure the skin around your stoma or your peristomal skin, is healthy should be an important part of your daily overall ostomy routine. Here are four “tried-and-true” skin care tips that will help you avoid troublesome peristomal skin complications.
Most important of all, remember that no skin irritation is “normal.” If you discover you have red, broken or irritated skin, seek the assistance of a qualified healthcare professional like a stoma care nurse.
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