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Intestinal and Urinary Disorders

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Proper Manners Concerning People with Intestinal and Urinary Disorders

At work

Assembly lines
Assembly line workers with intestinal or urinary disorders may experience symptoms that cause the entire line to come to a halt. Their condition requires understanding and care from coworkers.
Cargo handling
Loading, unloading, and other forms of handling cargo exert pressure on the abdomen, and thus are to be avoided by patients with intestinal or urinary disorders. Types of work that require workers to handle and move heavy objects, stand for long stretches of time, or repeatedly sit down and stand up are also to be avoided.
People with ileal dysfunctions
The time, distance, and mode of transportation involved in the daily commute are matters of significant concern to people with ileum dysfunctions. As these dysfunctions interfere with the absorption of nutrients in the body and also affect the functions of the small and large intestines, they may require people to quit their jobs and focus on convalescence.
Jobs that involve frequent changes of clothes
People with intestinal or urinary disorders may have difficulty working in jobs that involve frequent or public changes of clothes.
People with urinary dysfunctions
Workers with urinary dysfunctions may need to make trips to the bathroom with far greater frequency than other workers.

Other matters of concern

Providing help in the street
If you encounter a person with intestinal dysfunction whose colostomy bag has burst open in the street, help them get to the nearest public bathroom. Also, if necessary, help them calm down and get cleaned up, with warm water if possible.
In public
People with colostomy bags lack sphincters, and therefore discharge gas more often than they would like. They may pass gas in public and even cause odors against their will. If you encounter such a person in a public place, do not pay them more attention than they deserve, and just pass by.
Diet
People with intestinal dysfunctions are advised to avoid certain types of food, including those that are rich in fiber or contain ingredients that may cause diarrhea, constipation, or excessive gas. Make sure you keep this in mind when planning dinner or other social functions, and avoid recommending drinks or smoking to such people.
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