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How do you talk to someone about your ostomy? In this video, Keisha, a gymnastics coach with a double ostomy, shares her perspective and insights.
As you get back to your family, social and work life after ostomy surgery, one of the first questions you may have is, “Whom should I tell?” Everyone answers that question differently because it is a personal choice.
Watch this short video in which Keisha, a gymnastics coach with a double ostomy, offers her thoughtful perspective on how to decide whom to tell about your ostomy.
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