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Ostomy deodorants can be placed into the ostomy bag, taken orally, sprayed into the surrounding air, or placed on the ostomy bag to filter the gas as it accumulates. Ostomy deodorants are not body deodorants, they will only help manage odor from flatulence and stool (feces). Liquid ostomy deodorants are available from a variety of manufacturers. Simply place a few drops into the pouch after emptying to deodorizes pouch contents. The ostomy deodorant taken orally is Devrom (internal deodorant) and is available as a chewable tablet or capsule. It is an FDA approved medicine and available without a prescription. Finally,  there are many deodorizer sprays that are scented and unscented for stool and flatulence odors and there are a few pouch filters available from Coloplast, Hollister and Osto-EZ-Vent.