Arrrgghhh, get the smell off!! - page 3
Extreme measures are sometimes warranted. :) When was the last time you felt the need to 'cleanse' yourself? Want to share your story? Click Like if you enjoyed it.... Read More
- 2Sep 20, '12 by turnforthenurseRNQuote from TrekfanThat's horrible, I'm sorry that happened to your mom! I would never refuse to empty an ileostomy because of a smell. Same goes with entering a patient's room or helping to clean them up because of a smell.My mom had one and I can remember having to be her helper when I little ,I never could get over that smell . Once when my mom was in the hospital she called my dad crying because no one on the floor would empty her bag because of the smell by the time we got there her bag had pooped and was allover the place I could smell it getting of the elverter I turned to my dad and said on @@@ it poped .
- 0Sep 23, '12 by GitanoRN GuideQuote from brianExtreme measures are sometimes warranted.
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- 0Sep 23, '12 by firemantoddswifeAs a matter of fact sphinx, that is exactly what is happening! My husband is a firefighter and after a fire, he has a smoke smell in his nose for hours, sometimes days. Washing with saline sometimes works, others not so much. I used to think it was related to him INHALING the smoke, but he assured me he did not inhale : > }