Peggy gave me a great idea because I have a smiliar problem. My stoma is very low and I always have to sit very erect with my back straight in order to keep my wafer from bending on my belly. Peggy suggested putting a small strip of the Eakin around the edges of my wafer. I cut most of the tape off of my wafers to make them smaller and then I apply a thin layer of the Eakin almost to the edges of my wafer. This helps a lot. The only problem I have now is that it is hard to remove all the Eakin spots when I change my wafer. I hope this helps you. Becareful, the Eakin grows a little once it feels the warmth of your skin ...it expands. So, if you apply it right at the edges of your wafer, it will expand and come out from under your wafer and stick to your clothing. Try to keep the Eakin about 1/2 inch from the edges of your wafer and then it will expand the edges on its own. I hope this makes sense. It is hard to describe these things in words. Let me know if you have any questions about this.
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