Preparing for
Travel with HAE

Tips for traveling with HAE

Whether you're taking a trip for work or fun, it's a good idea to be prepared for any curveballs hereditary angioedema (HAE) might throw. You just have to be prepared and plan ahead when you pack your carry-on.

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If you're using medication to treat your HAE, make sure to pack enough for your whole trip.

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Are you flying? Get in touch with the TSA for the most current rules on flying with medication. Consider bringing a doctor's note to help explain your condition if you're questioned by airport security.

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In case of an emergency, locate the nearest hospitals and emergency rooms in the area, and keep your emergency contact info handy.

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If you should happen to need medical attention while you're out of town, it's a good idea to bring information about HAE along with you in case you need to explain it to a doctor who is unfamiliar with the condition. It's also a good idea to keep your Medical I.D. and your insurance information handy.

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