Whenever I fly to Seattle to see my kids and grandkids, as a passenger on an airplane, I always call the airlines to get a wheelchair at each stop. I request an aisle seat since it would be difficult for me to get in and out of any other seat. I have found that the airlines are very, very accommodating to people with disabilities. I have not had a bad experience yet.
I have learned recently, that I need to take my medications in their original bottles. I was just dumping them in a bag, but I’ve learned that that is not the proper way to travel with medications.
Do you have any travel tips to share? What have you experienced?
P.S. my mother is back in the hospital this weekend. She was experiencing the same kind of pain as last weekend and instead of waiting to see if it went away, I took a right to the ER. She had a sonogram of her heart today which showed that she has had one or more heart attacks. She has moderate damage to part of her heart. They’re going to be doing a pharmaceutical stress test tomorrow. Prayers are much appreciated! Thanks!