My daughter used Hollister New Image convex wafers. Cut to size because her stoma was oval too. She used the stomahesive (never tried the eakin seals because the stomahesive worked). The best way for her to put it on was with my help. Her stomach was not flat and her stoma did not protrude very much (most of the time). She would lay on the bed. She would gently pull her skin towards her head (near the stoma) with her finger. I would gently push down on the underside of her stoma as I put her wafer on. This made her stoma stick out a bit more and allowed the wafer to slide around and under it. Hope this makes sense.
Try the convex wafer. It helped wonders.
--Mom of bratcat (17 years old) and nonamejames (20 years old)--
Daughter bratcat was diagnosed with pancolitis October 2006
Flared Fall 2006, Fall 2007, Spring 2008
Asacol, Rowasa, hydrocortisone enemas, prednisone, 6-mp, Remicade
7/3/08-Step 1 j-pouch surgery and no more meds!
11/10/08-Step 2 reconnect!
Son nonamejames was diagnosed with Crohns in Spring 2008
Asacol, Pentasa, 6-mp