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How should I dispose incontinence pads or colostomy bags?
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Dr. Chad Morse
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
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In brief: Human Waste
Be mindful of your trash collectors.
You can dispose of them in regular trash, like you would a baby's diaper. I would recommend a strong plastic bag that is tied off. You may wish to have a covered trash bin in a closet or cabinet with a baby-lock, especially if you have dogs. Empty the can frequently to keep odors down. Wash your hands with soap and water for 30 seconds after handlin.

In brief: Human Waste
Be mindful of your trash collectors.
You can dispose of them in regular trash, like you would a baby's diaper. I would recommend a strong plastic bag that is tied off. You may wish to have a covered trash bin in a closet or cabinet with a baby-lock, especially if you have dogs. Empty the can frequently to keep odors down. Wash your hands with soap and water for 30 seconds after handlin.
Dr. Chad Morse
Dr. Chad Morse
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Dr. Scott Beard
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Urogynecology
In brief: Like diapers or
Sanitary napkins- in plastic bags like walmart bags.
Or u can get fancy and get a diaper genie.

In brief: Like diapers or
Sanitary napkins- in plastic bags like walmart bags.
Or u can get fancy and get a diaper genie.
Dr. Scott Beard
Dr. Scott Beard
Thank
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