My stoma bleeds almost every time I hit it with a wipe, your insides of your intestines (which is what your stoma is) are very venous. It won't hurt anything unless you can't get it to stop, then sometimes it's a pain to put your appliance on. Use a tissue quick and slap it on, lol.
As far as the prolapse. I don't know much about
them medically, not sure if this is an issue you want to ask your surgeon about
, but it couldn't hurt to ask.
When I used to sell the ostomy supplies, lots of people used the belts. They drove my crazy, but a lot of people felt more secure with them. As far as how it will help a prolapse, I'm not sure how that will work, but your ostomy nurse and/or surgeon should be able to explain it.
25+years diagnosed with CD.
Numerous surgeries, permanent ostomy, adverse reactions to Remicade, now on antibiotics and prednisone, currently awaiting liver biopsy to see where we go from here.