Anxious About Travelling With A Stoma?

Travelling can be an exhilarating experience, but for those managing a stoma, it often comes with a unique set of challenges and worries. This guide is designed to provide reassurance and practical advice, helping anyone with a stoma feel confident and prepared for their next adventure.

Whether it’s the anxiety of packing enough supplies or the fear of navigating airport security, this comprehensive guide addresses these concerns, ensuring a smooth and stress-free journey.

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This Guide Covers:

How to plan ahead to feel confident & prepared for travelling with a stoma
What should I pack to avoid feeling anxious about running out of supplies while I’m away?
How can I ease my fears about flying with a stoma and manage potential issues like ballooning pouches?
Can I swim and enjoy the beach without worrying about my stoma bag?

And much, much more…

Download now to discover heartfelt advice and tips to manage your stoma while travelling, allowing you to focus on creating wonderful memories. With this guide, you can embrace the joy of exploring new places without letting your stoma hold you back.

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What They Say…


Travelling abroad can be stressful enough and that’s before you even consider doing it with a stoma! This guide had lots of useful tips. and information and really put me at ease for my next trip. 

– Stoma Patient

Did You Know?

Unique To You

Your stoma is unique in shape and size just to you. Everyone is different, so what works for one person may not be best for another.


It's estimated there are approximately 200,000 stoma patients in the UK. That's 1 in 335 people!

Greek Origin

The word stoma comes from the Greek word meaning open or mouth