Cruise ships and DisneyWorld both have many readily available bathrooms. You can look at the maps to plan accordingly. Traveling can be tough while flaring due to sudden urgency. You can take some precautions, like not eating before and during air travel, taking Imodium (slows down the gut transit time, reducing urgency), wearing a pad or diaper, avoiding caffeine (which can stimulate bowels), and keeping an emergency kit (a gallon ziplock bag with wet wipes, extra tp, and a change of underwear) in your purse or backpack. It really depends how bad your symptoms currently are, but some or all of the above might be helpful.
It seems like I always have less bms when traveling. Usually, I end up sleeping later, eating differently, and perhaps being a bit dehydrated.
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Post Edited (iPoop) : 3/18/2016 1:34:23 PM (GMT-6)