International Travel with Type 1 Diabetes

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International Travel with Type 1 Diabetes

Type 1 Diabetes shouldn’t limit your globe-trotting dreams. Uncover the key to hassle-free international travel with us today! International Travel with Type 1 Diabetes.

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There’s a lot to think about and prepare for when traveling internationally with type 1 diabetes (T1D). In this video, Amanda and Vicki share their recent experiences around traveling abroad with T1D.

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Traveling with diabetes can be overwhelming. Make travel easier with this insulated bag that allows you to SEE all of your supplies in a snap! Never worry if you forgot to pack something with this well-designed bag. The extra-deep rear storage compartment holds multiple days’ worth of supplies. Two large exterior pockets for ice packs. Perfect for travel, school, or work. Once arrive at your destination, toss the included removable day-pack/zippered pouch in your backpack or purse to carry your daily supplies while out and about.

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  1. Barbara J Peterson

    What a great joy in my heart after getting a complete cure from Dr Igudia on YouTube for my Type two diabetes with his medication. Thank you very much doc!!!

  2. Dareen Rose

    Nice video, My dad has been using Blucon Nightrider CGM and FreeStyle Libre for blood glucose monitoring. He gets glucose updates on his phone and watch too in every 5 minutes without fingerprick. The app gives alarm notification when blood glucose goes up and down. Also, I monitor his blood glucose from any place through Ambrosia Followblucon app. It's a great cgm.

  3. twn5858

    I'm curious how it is buying some insulin in another country. Do you have to go beg some fucking doctor like you do in the US. How does the price compare in other countries vs the US.

  4. Memphis Blues

    Good advice, thanks for posting.
    You're not going to be able to stay in as tight control as you would at home and that's okay.
    Don't be too hard on yourself and enjoy your vacation!

  5. Alexis

    Im type 1 diabetic btw shit I forgot to mention

  6. Dylan Amble

    keep the fire content up! sub + like 😁

  7. Reverend Robin

    Waiting for a denim 3 zippered purse or another plain colored bag- I already have the black 3 zipper cross body purse- I absolutely love this! Maybe a dark brown or blue tie dye?

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