Body consciousness of people with intestinal stomach: A phenomenological study.

Body consciousness of people with intestinal stomach: A phenomenological study. Rev Bras Enferm. 2018 Mar-Apr;71(2):391-397 Authors: Marques ADB, Amorim RF, Landim FLP, Moreira TMM, Branco JGO, Morais PB, Santos ZMSA Abstract OBJECTIVE: to describe the bodily awareness of people with stomies. METHOD: a descriptive study with a qualitative approach, carried out in the Ostomized Association of the State of Ceará, through semi-structured interviews with ten people with intestinal stomies, according to Merleau-Ponty's phenomenological thinking. RESULTS: two categories of analysis emerged: The body that I have, in which the sensations of deficiency, imperfection and bad odor add to the feeling of strangeness towards one's own body, affecting the way of being in the world of each deponent; and The body that others perceive, in which the stoma is seen as an embarrassing and complex experience, since it hampers daily activities and conviviality with other people. FINAL CONSIDERATIONS: The corporeal consciousness of Being-Stomp-in-the-world requires the movement to reconstruct the senses of the body from the body I have and from that which others perceive. PMID: 29412298 [PubMed - in process]
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