What I Wear with a Stoma | Hannah Witton


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  1. Thank you for sharing your story. I don't have stoma but I did have to change my wardrobe. I recently loss well over 400 pounds. (U.S.). I was pushing 600 pounds and I was wearing 5x clothes. I too had to get new clothes. I am now 230 pounds and wearing xl or LG clothes. Again thanks

  2. I'd keep it covered at all times. I could care less what someone thought of it. My concern would be it getting caught on something maybe walking by. I get my pockets caught on enough things. Maybe I'm being overly cautious.

  3. what is stoma? and to tell yall the truth . iam 15 cm . meh just kidding , iam 17 cm. and dont mad at me its just a joke and i love hannah really , i love this channel !!!! LOVE U HANNAH !!! IM YOUR BIG FAN !!!!

  4. Idea for the gym clothes you might have already tried it but maybe pinning it in place somehow…maybe not using actual pins because that could injure you but maybe getting velcro and fixing that to your top and belt so the belt is velcro to tour top

  5. You are so very gorgeous ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’‹๐Ÿ’‹๐Ÿ’‹๐Ÿ’‹๐Ÿ’‹๐Ÿ’‹

  6. I just watched your other video (about why big boobs suck) the other day and remember the bit where you were saying that your boobs change size and then you have to spend a ton of cash buying a collection of new bras that fit. And then in this video you say that your stoma means that you had to replace all your (presumably low) jeans with high-wasted jeans.

    That's a lot of cash that changes in your body have forced you to spend (in one hit). I bet there are some other folks that struggle with being able to afford to buy lots of new things in one go, not to mention that going to shops to buy new stuff must have been a bit of a mission when you were on the stick and not wanting clueless people to barge into you.

    BTW: The scar looks kind of cool and I was expecting you to make a "KABOOM!" sound, when you spoke about the belt that stops your stomach exploding.

  7. They only time I'm unnattracted to the female body is when it has been surgically altered for beauty purposes. Stay natural ladies its always the most beautiful no matter what hollywood might say otherwise.

  8. Hi Hannah – I have watched several of your videos and think you are amazing. I have uc as well, but did not get it until I was 51 and am 58 now. Humira seem to keep me ok but some flares. I had always wondered if I would really want to keep living without a colon, but now realize that I just need to be as strong as you, and I be fine. Thank you so much for being so open and sharing your story.

  9. I don't have a stoma. I don't know anyone with a stoma. Heck, I didn't even really know what a stoma was. I consider myself well educated on it all now, thanks. I'll watch a video; I'll like the video. I like Hannah. 10/10 ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿผ

  10. Big thigh person here. Switched to polyester underwear years ago and left my days of chaffing behind, love the moisture wicking too.

  11. I like the powerful and proud look. Feeling comfortable in yourself is a very attractive thing. It marks you out as a winner, not a victim. You should be very proud of yourself Hannah.

  12. Have you thought about having a few velcro strips put on the support belt might help stop it from rising up while running.

  13. my dad has a stoma and he has a kind of stretchy waist band and it kind of conceals it so he can wear things without people noticing. but he doesnt like swimming as he doesnt like wearing high waisted trunks

  14. quick question , when you swim, is there a time limit to how long you can be in the water for because my dad cant stay in for long with his stoma x

  15. Disabled muslim. I would love to wear hijab year round, to the standard of modesty that I want. But I also live in Florida and have heat sensitivity (trust me, as soon as im able, im moving) So sometimes I have to resign myself to a turban instead of full hijab, or a t-shirt instead of sleeves, If i could afford the modesty wear that I like (jilbabs, khimars, skirts) then it wouldn't be so hard, those clothes allow for breathability with modesty; but for now I have to feel exposed and hypocritical just so I don't pass out. I know God understands, but it's hard.

  16. Honey you still look amazing do not lose that confidence! Here's a link to go look at, I actually watched a mini doc a few month ago on YouTube about a woman that made designer colostomy bags and I was like omg so cool but I don't have one. I've been waiting to share this info with someone I think you will love them!

    https://www.etsy.com/market/ostomy_bag_coveron

    Go look they are super cute!

    Jesus loves you have a great day sweetie

  17. I'm in high school, and i don't get why jerks would make fun of people with things like s t o m a bags or insulin pumps, people should be proud of who they are and show off their beauty (physical or otherwise)

  18. I don't have a stoma but I did have a surgery in a similar place. My scar goes from groin to nipple level and trying to wear clothes after was awful.
    I think it was 3/4 months before I could wear jeans again and it was still pretty uncomfortable. I just lived in sweats and PJs. Thankfully I was on sick for 9 months after the surgery so I didn't have to go to work in PJs.
    It's been 5 years and I still get a little self conscious if my shirt rides up so I tend to wear an undershirt tucked in to my jeans. It just means that I'm not flashing my scar every time I want to stretch and I don't have to answer questions from everyone around me about it.

  19. Loved this! Have confidence with showing my scar from previous surgery but new to stoma life (6th Sept). When they came to mark me for stoma pre surgery I didn't have a clue where the waistlines of my clothes were!! Discovered yesterday (when I felt brave enough to try my jeans/leggings on) that I chose exactly where the waistlines are ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™€๏ธ Lost 10 kgs pre surgery so at least they're loose. Took a while to work out what ring/bag worked for me so lots of leakage issues first 4 weeks.

  20. ps Buy some Smoovall (on line) for the chafing thighs. It's a spray which is absolutely amazing. Pricey but I use it for holidays.

  21. Sheโ€™s the epitome of being attractive enough for a man to completely look over a minor health issue. To all the ugly people with medical condition, may god have mercy on you ๐Ÿ˜‚

  22. Iโ€™m an able bodied trans woman but I use pantie liners when I wear external silicon breast implants (To fill out my bra and to alleviate gender dysphoria) to prevent my breasts from getting blisters. I definitely think that applying pantie liners to the outside of your stoma bag could definitely reduce skin blisters and irritation.

    I wish you all the best! โค๏ธ๐Ÿ™

  23. Have you ever tried to put your shirt first and then you belt and pull your pants over the belt and shirt (basically just tucking in your shirt) to see if that helps stop it from sliding up?

  24. I have a skin condition called Hidradenitis Suppurativa that basically forces me to wear pants all the time other wise I get painful cysts on my inner thighs and they have prevented me from walking before

  25. Out of genuine curiosity I want to ask why you have a stoma. I know that itโ€™s the small intestine poking out a bit and you attach a collective bag for waste or rather fecal matter. Also does this mean you can no longer void your bowls normally? Iโ€™m trying to put this as delicately as I can hehe. Basically what causes this to occur is what Iโ€™m getting at here.

  26. Iโ€™ve been considering an insulin pump for a while, and even though this is a different situation itโ€™s made me feel more comfortable about taking the plunge. Just seeing other people also dealing with chronic health issues and dressing cute makes me feel better!

  27. A few weeks ago I had a conversation with my girlfriend, who takes care of elderly folks, about how I thought my life would be so over if I had a stoma. This random video just popped up for me and now there's one less thing I'm randomly afraid of โœŒ

  28. What is a stoma? Sorry this vid appeared in my feed and I was intrigued.

    Edit: whatever it is, it isn't noticable. And anyone would be distracted by your prettiness to notice anyway

  29. I have to wash almost everything I buy before I wear it, not because it's sorry, per se, but because I need to soften the fibers of fabric… I have to be careful on days i might have a flare up, and wear something really old and loose. And there are certain days where I can't wear a thing because of my pain flares… And I usually can't comfortably wear underwear…

  30. I have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia. My body is very sensitive so I can't wear bras or pants. I have to wear only dresses and when I need pants as soon as I put them on I can't wait to take them off. This is my first winter in loose dresses so still figuring out the cold leg problem but am trying over the knee socks and knee high socks. Hopefully they help keep me warm.

  31. My friend has a stoma bag and he told me a funny story. Someone challenged him parking in a disabled bay saying he is not disabled so he sprayed some of his stoma shit on him lol

  32. Ive got a stoma as well, 2 years now, but mine is for a feeding tube. Its closer to my boob area so one change ive had to make is i cant wear normal bras with underwear. I wear sports bras. I also need to wear 2 piece outfits, not dresses or else i cant get to my feeding tube easily. I do videos about it occasionally but my main focus is living life despite health problems

  33. I remember Dumping the Colostomy pouch all over a patient in Nursing school๐Ÿ˜จPoor lady. She didn't even get upset with me she was so sweet.Your gorgeous๐Ÿ’•

  34. I don't have a stoma. I stumbled upon your video when I was researching on colon cancer. I would like to know what kind of reactions do you get when u go swimming wearing a two piece bikini from people when they see ur bag flapping around? Or have you done a video on people's reaction who do not have a stoma? Very curious to know how people react when they get to know you have a stoma

  35. It's truly inspiring to see someone who can face their fears. You are braver than I can ever be.

    Also, those are some tig ol' bitties! DAMN.

  36. Are those slippers bedroom athletic slippers?!? If so I love them, they are so comfy and cosy on the feet and are more supportive than other types!

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