Do you have travel insurance? I live in Germany, and spent a month in France this summer, and just in case I got a first case of pouchitis while there, I made sure I was doubly health-insured for other coutries. It was just a tiny extra little cost over my normal health insurance and lasts forever. If anything had happened, the insurance would have taken care of every and any aspect of needing medical attention, even taxis or flying home sick (without me having to lay out money and get it back later).
All that to say, make sure you've got health insurance for traveling - making sure it will cover the supplies you use every day, and find out before you go what you need to do if you need something while you're there. They usually give you a central phone number for English speakers. If your luggage gets stolen and you lose your supplies that way, if they fall in the Rhein, whatever, you can get more supplies in Germany and France easily when you are insured - it's the same companies and the same products.
Post Edited (B'Dereh) : 10/27/2012 3:09:04 AM (GMT-6)