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  1. Medline 24-Hour Urine Collection Bottles - Shop All
    Medline 24-Hour Urine Collection Bottles - Shop All
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  2. POUCH, SENSURA, NON-CNVX, CLSD, MAXI, OPQ, NDS, 30Ct
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  3. Ostomy Pouch Drainable Presized 12in 40mm, 10Ct
    Ostomy Pouch Drainable Presized 12in 40mm, 10Ct
    SKU HTP8940
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  4. UltraFlex Male External Catheter Size XL 41 mm, 30Ct
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  5. Premier Urostomy Pouch 1.25in Stoma with Tape, 10Ct
    Premier Urostomy Pouch 1.25in Stoma with Tape, 10Ct
    SKU HTP8468
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Ostomy Care + Urology Supplies from Medline atHome

If you’ve had an ostomy – colostomy, urostomy or ileostomy – you know how this transformative surgery not only saved your life, but also changed your life. As you navigate the changes and your daily needs evolve, we’re here to help with hospital-quality ostomy products that you can count on. Shop our large selection of comfortable one-piece pouchestwo-piece pouchesdrainable pouches and ostomy bags plus skin barrier pastes, sprays, wipes and films from brands you trust. Find all the extra supplies and accessories you need as well: powdersodor eliminatorscleansing decrystillizerpouch clamps and ostomy belts.

If you’re dealing with urological issues, we can help with that as well. We carry a large selection of urology supplies including external male catheters, leg bags, urine collection bottles and more.

Shop our entire selection confidentially and discreetly. If you have any questions, our friendly customer service representatives are just a phone call away at 1-855-441-8737.

Read on to learn answers to some commonly asked questions.

What is an ostomy?
An ostomy is a surgical procedure that’s used to treat serious bowel problems or let the body heal after gastrointestinal surgery or organ injury. It can be temporary or permanent. During ostomy surgery, an opening called a stoma is created using either the small intestine or large intestine. An ostomy bag is attached to the stoma outside the body and it collects waste products like stool.

What ostomy supplies do I need?
Your quality of life is directly impacted by how well you take care of your stoma so it’s important that you follow all doctor-recommended care routines and use the proper supplies. As your needs change, you may want to experiment with different brands until you find what’s right for you.

Essential ostomy supplies include:

1) Pouching system – one or two-piece bags
Medline bestseller: New Image 2-Piece Drainable Transparent Pouch HTP18103 
 

2) Skin barrier – Cut-to-fit styles are best when your stoma is still changing size. Pre-sized styles may work better once you’ve had your stoma for a while.
Medline bestseller: New Image Convex CeraPlus Pre-Sized Skin Barrier HTP11504 

3) Stoma powder
Medline bestseller: Brava Ostomy Powder COI1907H

4) Skin protectant wipes or wands
Medline bestseller: Medline Sureprep Rapid Dry No-Sting Barrier Film Wand MSC1610Z


5) Adhesive remover
Medline bestseller: Medline Acetone-Free Adhesive Remover Pads MDS090855H

7) Odor eliminator
Medline bestseller: m9 Odor Cleaner/Decrystallizer

What is an ostomy bag?
An ostomy bag, also called a pouch, attaches to the stoma on the outside of the body. Stool flows into the bag where it is collected. The bag needs to be emptied multiple times during the day. 

What’s a urologist?
A urologist is a doctor who specializes in treating problems of the genitourinary tract (kidneys, urinary bladder, adrenal glands, urethra and male reproductive organs).

What problems do urologists treat?
If you’re having trouble fully emptying your bladder or you have a history of painful UTIs, a urologist can help. They also treat: bladder problems; kidney stones and blockages; and bladder and kidney cancer. In addition, they can help men with prostate disorders including enlarged prostate (BPH), erectile dysfunction and reproductive issues.

What is a Foley catheter?
A Foley catheter, also called an indwelling catheter, is a special medical device designed to treat urine problems. The thin, sterile tube is inserted into the bladder and then connected to a drainage bag.

Medline bestseller: UROSECURE Foley Catheter Securement Device Kit UROSECUREH

What is an external male catheter?
An external catheter, also called a condom catheter, is a urinary incontinence sheath that slips over the penis and connects to a drainage bag. Many people find it painless and more comfortable than an indwelling catheter. 

Medline bestseller: Liberty Acute External Catheter for Men BIO210268H

 

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