Ostomy Air Travel Tips From UOAA and the TSA| United Ostomy Associations of America

UOAA communicates directly with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in the interest of making travel easier for all those travelling with an ostomy. With ostomy air travel tips from the TSA and UOAA, you’ll be empowered with the knowledge to help make your next travel experience a positive one.
— Read on www.ostomy.org/ostomy-travel-and-tsa-communication-card/

Published by travellingwithchronicpain

Hi I'm 29 and love to travel. I am living with fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, pots and asthma which due to some of their lovely symptoms has left me currently with limited mobility and needing to use a wheelchair to get around. When planning a holiday there is so much more now that has to be researched: airline, airport, transfer, country, hotel and surrounding area. I am hoping to help and encourage others in a similar situation to mine to travel and get the most of your holiday.

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