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I’ve done a fair bit of travelling over the past few years with T1D, and a lot of my Instagram followers have asked how I prepare and what I pack. Check out my fail-proof T1D travel list to make sure you have everything you need for your next trip!

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  1. Alihasan Ali

    The day I came across Dr IGUDIA YouTube channel that was the end of my Diabetes disease after using his natural herbal medication in curing my Diabetes disease

  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. Pete Mueller

    what do you do if you're gone for more than a couple months?

  4. Tulip 337

    Traveling is a struggle for me with type one cause I have to go on a cruise it’s like oh I need to pack my daily bag my beach bag my pump my extra omnipods I’m on insulin pump my mom laminated a list for me and she check all my things

  5. Dana Talkington

    Watched your very informative for your 7-day trip to Costa Rica and would like to know the name of the bag that you are using for your supplies (black zipper bag) … couldn’t find where you posted it!

  6. ellabella xx

    Sooooooo helpful I've been worried on how to keep my insulin cold

  7. Gareth Sharp

    I have the same kind of pump as you and it's the same color. I'm getting a new one this year as a birthday gift from me dad. I got diabetes when I was 5 now I am 9

  8. barmy

    Cheers for the Video clip! Excuse me for chiming in, I would appreciate your thoughts. Have you heard the talk about – Franaar Quit Diabetes Formula (should be on google have a look)? It is a smashing one of a kind guide for Getting rid of Diabetes without the normal expense. Ive heard some great things about it and my friend Sam finally got cool results with it.

  9. Robert Mäkelä

    Have you been in sweden? = Har du varit i Sverige? (i live in sweden! = Jag bor i Sverige!)

  10. Jacob McCoy

    I was just diagnosed with diabetes a month ago. The day I went to the hospital I couldn’t walk and could barely see I had to call the police myself because my parents thought I was over reacting. When I got to the hospital my they told me my blood sugar was over 900. I’m still learning to deal with diabetes, the only change in my life is the fact that I can’t have candy which SUCKS! I LOVE SUGAR! taking the medicine isn’t too bad it doesn’t hurt that much. If you are new to diabetes I can tell you from my experience so far it’s not the end of the world. You just can’t let it change you!

  11. Paula Naki

    Hi, I am a diabetic due to the complete removal of my pancreas in 2011. I live in Greece and my son wants me to visit him in Melbourne Australia. There is a huge time difference (7 to 9 hours depending on the season) and I am scared to go because I want to stay on Greek time. What do you do when travelling abroad? Thank you

  12. Gee Aingaran

    I'm a T1D and traveling next week to India and Sri Lanka from Canada for 4 weeks. I use the freestyle libre sensor. I'm talking a lot of extra supplies with me. Insulin, test strips, lancets, sensors, pen needles, adhesive for sensor, alcohol wipes, hypo treatment and snacks. I'm nervous as traveling for the first time overseas with T1D.

  13. Liz Kiseleski

    I have T1D and I have a Dexcom but now I also have a Omnipod

  14. Sir Daltonix

    Question. Did you try Niacin therapy to stop Type 1?

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