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[IPk] Re:

Hi Rosie

Glad you had a good trip.

FWIW, I've used CGMS for about 4.5 years I've not had issues with it
when flying. I fly 4-5 times a year (usually internationally). Last
year, for the first time a security screener asked me about the CGM
transmitter on my tummy. As she knew the pump was legit, she didn't
ask any further questions once I told her it was for my diabetes. I
know several other people using CGM who fly a lot and they've not had
issues at security or on-board planes either.

Not to worry :)

Type 1 18+ years; MiniMed pumper 7.5 years; Animas pumper 6.5+ years

On Sun, Jul 3, 2011 at 12:31 PM,  <email @ redacted> wrote:
>  I just flew from East Mids to Inveness and back. I had no problems. I was
> advised to put my pump onto the waistband of my trousers where it was easy to
> see when I was searched otherwise all was ok. I always take my insulin in my
> cabin luggage the hold area is not pressurised so insulin could freeze
> I was not using a CGMS device which is a whole other set of issues.
> Rosie Featherstone
> Sent from my BlackBerry. wireless device
> .
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