Your Ostomy Network Our mission is to provide an
Ostomy network incorporating social networks, support, dating,
and dicussion with a view to develop friendships.We welcome
anyone, especially Ostomates, who are friendly and would like
to meet other people with Crohn's, Ostomy, Ileostomy,
Colostomy or any other Ostomies. Why not sign up now and enjoy
Ostodate. It works as an Ostomy dating site and an Ostomy
Free to read messages if you
Why Join OstoDate?
OstoDate is not just a dating site or a Social Network site for
people with an Ostomy and for people with Ostomy related interests
but a total community of friendly and fun people who help each other
in all aspects of their lives. So if we can help another
Ostomate with Ostomy questions or think you could benefit from
another Ostomate's advice then join
With our fast track membership form you
could be up and running with your Ostomy profile within minutes. We
also have a great support team to help you with registration and
photo uploads should you require it.
We want your experience
on our Ostomy Network to be fun and exciting. We are a new site
giving you many features such as any dating site with an added bonus
or two. We have a monthly Ostomy magazine, your own GuestBook also
known as Blogg and even a ChatRoom.
We want OstoDate to be
not a niche subject site concentrating on Ostomates but grow to
become a general friendship and dating site. This can only be done
with the help of our wonderful members who can spread the word to
other OstoMates. OstoDate has been in existence since 2005 but had
only really became popular in 2013. Since then, OstoDate has been
going from strength to strength. Why not join now and become a part
of our wonderful and friendly community.
What is a Colostomy?
A surgically created opening of the colon and is called a stoma.
A colostomy is made when a part of the colon or rectum is removed
and the part left of the colon is brought to the abdominal wall.
What is a Temporary Colostomy?
Allows the lower part of the colon to rest or heal up. It can
have one or two openings (if there is two, one will discharge only
What is a Permenant Colostomy?
This usually involves the loss of a part of the colon, usually
the rectum. The end of the portion left of the colon is brought out
through the stoma.