Posted on March 29, 2017
Taking a trip overseas can be stressful enough at the best of times, but imagine factoring in trying to navigate when you’re under the weather. If you’re looking for advice on how to travel abroad with a medical condition or disability, you’d do well to follow this advice.
Make sure you have enough medication with you
Always prepare for the worst when it comes to a holiday. Disasters can strike at any moment – and one such issue which could arise might be the sudden sparsity of the medication which is keeping you healthy.
You may find your trip extended for an unforeseen reason. If that does happen, you may find the medication you took won’t be enough to cover the delay. Always “overstock” on what you need in case of this scenario.
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