Good morning *hugg* It sure is good to hear from you. How long will you be away from home? It sounds like your schedual is packed! I really hope you are able to get in a "down time day".
When I had to travel, my first stop before I left was to my doctors office. Together we took care of everything. Extra meds, pharmacy locations, emergency contact numbers, all of it. On the plane was hard, oh gosh so very hard. That was the hardest part but the extra BT meds and "therma care" heat wrapps helped (My pain responds best to heat during flares). I also schedualed "down time days" in my schedual. Unfortunatly I ended up using more "down time" days than what I had planned for. Most of all the "emergency kit" came in handy. In my kit was "heat wrapps", tens w/excess supplies, high BT pain meds, normal extra med doses, protien snacks (ensure & nuts) and water. It came in handy nearly every day I was out there in Florida.
The lesson I learned was to not be afraid to say "I need 20 mins or so." I was just so worried about trying to put on a good face and keep up... in the end my stubborn nature got me in a lot of trouble. So, don't be afraid to speak up.
I really hope you are able to keep your pain down. I am sure you are exhausted to no end by now. Try to pace yourself as much as you can. You are in our hearts here.
TWO roads diverged in a yellow wood
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
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