here you go:
I've travelled with my Eakin Seals without a problem...but it looks like as long as it fits in the one quart bag you'll be okay and not have to 'declare' it!!
This is from the TSA website. Scissors are okay too. Here is what they say:
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITYTransportation Security Administration
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - August 30, 2005TSA Press Office: (571) 227-2829
WASHINGTON, D.C. – TSA is modifying the interpretive rule to exempt ostomy scissors from the prohibited items list. Ostomy scissors with pointed tips with an overall length of four inches or less are permitted when they are accompanied by an ostomate supply kit containing related supplies, such as collection pouches, wafers, positioning plates, tubing, or adhesives.
There are an estimated 750,000 ostomates in the United States. While specific data on the number of ostomates who use air transportation is not available, TSA has heard from individuals with ostomies who say they avoid air travel in part because they cannot carry these particular scissors.
Allowing this limited exception to TSA’s prohibition on metal pointed scissors removes a barrier to ostomates traveling by air without negatively impacting aviation security.
Here is the link http://www.tsa.gov/press/releases/2005/press_release_0617.shtm