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... I had a thought about our discussions of traveling with Forteo. We had previously discussed on another thread that there is always some Forteo left in the pen after 28 doses. ... (35 replies)
... Do you know what is the safe way to travel with Forteo? ... (2 replies)
... Has anyone been successful in traveling with their Forteo pen? ... (35 replies)

... :cool: I think you should call the airport and ask them (4 replies)
... Does anyone know what the procedure is of taking Forteo through TSA at the airport? ... (4 replies)
... I checked out travel refrigerators the first time I was on Forteo and decided against buying one. ... (1 replies)
... I am starting on Forteo this week and I need your reviews on the 2 brands of travel fridges available, or micro fridges, as they are referred to. ... (1 replies)
... Go to the forteo web site and print their letter that you need to take with you when you travel. ... (8 replies)
... If you could get a hold of that type of ice chest and ice packs you would probably be ok traveling with the pen for longer than 24 hours. Check on line. I don't think you can count on the airlines to give you enough ice to cool down the pen. ... (11 replies)
... Thank you for your post on traveling with this pesky drug. I have a slightly different problem, which is travelling to Australia... ... (11 replies)
... the medicooler for trips in the United States. It is available on sites that sell travel coolers for diabetics.The medicooler is designed for pen devices and the Forteo stays cool for about 10 hours. I am about to travel to Germany and that may not be long enough. ... (35 replies)
... my Forteo once, but it was an 8 hour drive and a motel stay. I packed a cooler similar to how Taape described for the drive. Once settled in the motel I did my Forteo "stick" and then asked them to keep my Forteo in their office frige and the ice packs in their office freezer which they did for me. ... (2 replies)
... I travel all the time with the Forteo. My pens are shipped to me from the pharmacy in a polar bear styrofoam ice chest and they send it with great ice packs that are guaranteed to stay cold for 24 hours. ... (2 replies)
... I took off last weekend for one night and decided not to take the pen. I was about 12 hours late with my injection by the time I returned home. That was ok, but then I did another one 12 hours later this morning. No noticeable side effects. ... (35 replies)
... I don't get my Forteo in a syrofoam chest, just a cardboard box in which is an insulated thick plastic bag that has one or two polar packs in with the pen. I've kept all my polar packs but have thrown out the insulated plastic bag thingie. ... (35 replies)
... wouldn't commit to whether my pen could be refrigerated in their refrigerators so I'm just assuming that I better take my own ice chest. The ice blocks that come with the ice chest from the speciality pharmacy stay frozen along time like for 24 hours. ... (35 replies)
... Has anyone tried Medicool's ProtectAll with the Blue Plastic Cooler insert? ... (35 replies)
... I'd keep it with me cause it's too darned expensive to risk losing. Last plane trip we took, my husband's bag was opened. Had a note in it that it was searched. ... (35 replies)
... I would want to keep it with me anyways as its irreplacable while on a trip away from home. When I travel with the pen I use a thermometer just to make sure the pen doesn't get too warm. ... (35 replies)
... I'm still so new to Forteo that I have been reading all the literature over and over again! ... (35 replies)


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