KarenO and hippimom2. thanks for writing. I'm definitely going to give the airlines a call next week. I've heard of Evoxac, but my rheumy hasn't prescribed it yet. What I did, though, was get a new prescription for Numoisyn lozenges. I had forgotten all about them, but they work great as well. And since they aren't a liquid, it may be easier to take them along in my purse or carry-on. Karen, I am much more reassured after reading about your trip - thank you!! I'm flying on Northwest and KLM, so I hope they're as helpful. This is my first trip to Europe, and my first time flying for a long period of time, so I hope all goes well. The good thing too is that once I return, I still have 6 days before I need to return to work, so will be able to get lots of rest.
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