A stoma is the side effect of an operation that aims to expel the disease and relieve symptoms. It is an artificial opening that allows excrement or urine from the bowel or urinary tract to pass.Read more
Ulcerative colitis is a disease characterized by inflammation and sores in the inner lining of the small intestines, rectum, and colon. There is no definite cause of the disease, but the immune system malfunction and genetic factors have been associated with the disease.Read more
An ostomy is a careful procedure made in people to help in passing dung out of the body. This is on the other hand completed when an extreme restorative condition influences the lower digestive organs making it difficult to poop.Read more
What is Ostomy
An ostomy is a surgical process designed for people who help in the excretion of stool from the body. Alternatively, this can be done when a serious condition affects the lower intestines, making it impossible to empty.
The digestive system starts from the mouth to the esophagus, then into the stomach, into the small intestine, the large intestine is commonly known as the colon, up to the anus, and ends in the anus. Food chewed in the mouth is swallowed by the esophagus, mixed with digestive juices in the stomach, absorbed in the small intestine, absorbed and stored in the colon as a stool and ejected through the rectum.Read more