Aitline travel/cabin pressure/insulin pump

mjhorgan
By mjhorgan Latest Reply 2014-03-10 17:55:35 -0500
Started 2014-03-10 17:48:55 -0500

The writers in the links below each write about some interesting situations on airline travel and insulin pumps. I have been a pumper 9 years now. I travel a lot for both business and pleasure, I was traveling several times per month for 4 years with the pump. Once I landed and checked into a hotel I had to change my set and reservoir. I found that the pressure differences in the place cabin caused my sugars to rise. Now I change my set just before a trip and I change it again once I checked into a hotel or return home. Anyone else notice these problems with airline travel. Reade the links first to see if these things have happened to you.
http://asweetlife.org/feature/what-you-should...
http://sixuntilme.com/wp/2014/03/10/flight-an...


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PRINCESS KIMBERLY
PRINCESS KIMBERLY 2014-03-10 17:55:35 -0500 Report

I have not traveled by air. I am on the new V GO pump it is disposable. My sugar goes low when we go by car from KY. ~IN. Change in altitude.