I have tried the Sensura Click 2-pieces. I change my pouch twice a week, so I have never tested how long they could possibly stay on. The standard-wear option definitely lasted me 3-4 days though. Also, the Sensura line does come in an XPro wafer, which is their extended-wear version. I switched to these because I felt they sticked better and peeled up along the edges less... I still only keep them on for 4 days though (my nurse recommended I change every 4 days as my output erodes my Eakin Seals in that amount of time). I haven't rotated my bag because I like how the vertical position works with my clothing, but it seems like this would work with this model. Convatec also makes an autolock series. I have some samples but haven't tried them yet... still from putting them together, it seems like they would rotate very easily. The one thing with them is that they only come in a tail clip version... so if you like velcro, they may not be the best for you.
I am still experimenting with different brands and models... I seem to have a sample of every pouch ever made:) At two a week, it is taking me forever to try everything. Have you been able to get samples of different products? It definitely helps. I can't wait to figure out exactly what I like so I can begin to confidently place my order with my supplier every month.
Two pieces are so much easier to use. I was using 1-pieces for four months while complications with my abdominal incision healed. I didn't have any leaks, but I could not place the opaque ones on over my stoma right because I couldn't see through them. So I stuck with the transparent ones... got sick of seeing my output all the time. Not to mention that sometimes I got the bag on crooked and had to live with it until the next change. The two-pieces are wonderful. Easy to place over the stoma... easy to place the bag on straight. Plus I will be able to pop on a closed end pouch for swimming etc.
-Officially diagnosed with UC in 2006, though had symptoms since 1999.
-Had mild/moderate symptoms continuously until severe flare in autumn 2010 which required 2-week hospital stay
-Took Asacol, Rowasa, Canasa and Prednisone to manage flares but meds stopped working
-Tried 1 infusion of Remicade but had excruciating joint pain and discontinued
-Had permanent ileostomy surgery 11/8/2010
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