Cancer radiation damaged my bladder and prostatic urethra. Six weeks ago I had a uro-ostomy. A nurse marked the spot for the stoma and covered it with a clear plastic. A day later blisters appeared under the plastic. After the surgery, 1/2" blisters formed at the edge & under the stoma wafer adhesive. 3 weeks after surgery, the doc said to take 500 mg Vit C. The next wafer change only had 1/4" or smaller blisters. Since that time, 6 weeks ago, the blisters have been pin head size or a redness of the skin. It is getting better. Had through discussions with Ostomy Nurse(s), no ideas. Got samples from 5 ostomy appliance makers, am back to what was recommended by the hospital. It is thin & follows my skin folds. There are other advantages. This problem appears to be a reaction of some sort at or just under the adhesive outer edge.
As I get farther from the surgery, I become more active & the stoma wafer needs changing more often. The wafer heaver stuff appears to degrade the more I move. We have a small coffee farm & I'm always bending over or down on my knees.
I want to get back to off-road bicycle & floor routines, but am still taking it easy. Six weeks out & I still have 6 terry strips at the lower end of the incision.
Anyone have similar blisters?