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Ostomy Features - Sarah Speaks To... Tanya
Q & A with Tanya Sarah, @positively_stella: Tanya, @tanyalivingfree: You started with endometriosis what were your symptoms? My symptoms - I had really bad and heavy periods for years, fainting, vomiting, sickness, I could walk when I would first come on as...
Ostomy Features - Sarah Speaks To... Joy
Q & A with Joy Sarah, @positively_stella: Joy, @uc.mamma: When did it all begin? My journey with IBD started in November 2017 when I started seeing blood when I went to the toilet, however I wasn’t diagnosed until my symptoms got much...
Ostomate's Stories - Jennie's Story
My name is Jennie, I’m 31 years old and I have had my ileostomy for 3 years. My journey: My ileostomy and my diagnosis came as a shock to me as it was all very sudden. I had what I...
Ostomy Features - Sarah Speaks To... Jessica
This week we feature Jessica's story. Sarah, @positively_stella: Jessica, @jessicarrrmary: Look out for the upcoming live chat between Sarah and Jessica on our Instagram @CUIWear Its coming up to 4 years that my IBD symptoms began and when first tested my Calprotectin came back...
Ostomy Features - Sarah Speaks To... Lauren
This week Sarah asked Lauren several questions about her Ileostomy due to Chron's Disease Sarah, @positively_stella: Laura, @colonless_chronicles: 1. How do you feel having a permanent ileostomy? My outlook on having a permanent ileostomy has changed a lot over the years. My...
Ostomy Features - Sarah Speaks To... Amy
I am Amy and I'm 29, I am a mum, a wife, a student and I am an Ostomate.
In the last 8 years I have had more surgeries then I can count on 2 hands and this ultimately left me with my stoma in February 2020. My stoma which is a colostomy was made permanent following my abdominoperineal resection in September 2020...
Ostomy Features - Sarah Speaks To... Vicky

I was initially diagnosed with UC in 2017 after 6 months of debilitating symptoms... I was rushed for emergency ileostomy surgery on 18th July 2019 and woke up with my stoma who I affectionately named “Wilma”... It’s so important to raise awareness about ostomy's. No one would choose to have one, but they are one of the wonders of modern medicine and I am so incredibly proud to have mine.

Ostomy Features with Sarah
We have an exciting new feature coming your way.
We will be talking with Ostomates and raising Ostomy awareness with Sarah, @positively_sarah
My name is Sarah and I am 31 years old. I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis which is a form of inflammatory bowel disease when I went just 16 years old...
Southern Team Leaders 10 Year Anniversary
It has been an incredible 10 years working at CUI Wear. I feel very lucky and privileged to love what I do... We really have a great team ethos at CUI and we are all dedicated to help provide the appropriate ostomy/hernia support wear to people living with a stoma/hernia, so they can feel comfortable and confident to carry on their usual daily activities...
Ostomate's Stories - Beth's Story
After having several long stays in hospital in 2018/2019 and not responding to medication but feeling more unwell by the day I decided enough was enough. I needed to take the medical advice which was to have surgery and stop being so stubborn! So in August 2019 I had a subtotal colectomy and ileostomy formation...
The BHIS™ Bra – Patient Safety Award Winner 2017

The BHIS™ Bra has been shown to provide support and comfort following cardiothoracic surgery... It won best product for innovation at the Patient Safety Awards 2017, which is a great achievement for the product.

Ostomate's Stories - Shane's Story
My name is Shane and I live in the fantastic shire of Somerset... Fundamentally Support Wear was the most important piece of equipment I needed to help me physically. I tried various items, but I found products that worked for me well.
Ostomate Stories - Jackie's Story
At the age of 23 I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis... The thing that made a huge difference after my surgery was discovering support wear that would hold my bag in place and make me feel secure. This gave me a huge lift in confidence.  In addition, I was able to return to the gym and exercise by wearing support underwear and a support belt.
Ostomate Stories - Ollie's Story
I had to have surgery due to diverticulitis causing a fistula between my bowel and my bladder...  I feel that having the right support wear also added a level of confidence and comfort when I initially started out as it can be weird exercising with a bag hanging off you to start!