My first question is: Is the rawness around the stoma or the wafer that goes over it(where it would be outside the wafer area)?
Second question: If it the stoma, is the wafer the correct size for the stoma? When stomas are new, they will shrink...do you have a --for lack of a better word-- "a measurer"? The light cardboard thing with measured holes in it...The wafer shouldn't be more than 1/8" bigger than the stoma.
mine started out this way also, it's now all the way around my stoma. it helps to use the no sting barrier wipes before putting anything on.
my was originally from cutting the opening too small and it caused friction. it got worse because i have had a ton of leakage problems and they can't figure out what to do next. the output is so acidy that it eats away at your skin. make sure there is no leakage. it makes it a lot worse and we can't get mine to heal.
use stoma powder. that works for most.