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Re: [IP] itching mastisol



Thanks, Michael.  I don't care if something is a little expensive, because
this stuff usually lasts for a very long time.  I'll call and ask about
Cavilon cream if it ends up that I can't use the Mastisol.  Susan


On Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 10:20 AM, <email @ redacted> wrote:

> > Okay, everyone out there, don't start yelling at me for not changing
> > the heading on this email, but I'm a computer idiot and don't get how
> > to do it.
> >
> > That said:  I have a question about Mastisol.  I used it for the first
> > time this morning when I put my pod on and it's itching something
> > fierce. Anyone out there have this problem and is there a chance that
> > it will stop soon.
> >
>
> If your pod sites did not itch before and do itch with mastisol, you
> are probably allergic to the stuff, some people are.
>
> I'd suggest trying Cavilon Cream, it's available as a spray too, but
> that's much more expensive per application.
>
> Cavilon Cream made by 3M (1-800-2283957) product
> number is 3392 Durable Barrier Cream.
>
> Cavilon No Sting Barrier Film  - 3M #3346
> comes in a pump spray bottle
>
> This should be availabe in medical supply stores that serve ostomy
> patients.
>
> Michael
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