This question is for long haul flights from Australia to the US. I need to bring 4 self-injectables (1 for each week I'm in the US/Canada) which need to be refrigerated. Can't carry 'sharps' in carry-on luggage to be kept cold in plane fridge, but if they're put into checked luggage, they won't stay cold for 20 hours, given travel/wait times pre and post flight. Anyone done this before without being turned back at Customs/Border Protection in LA?
Do you know anyone here that you are going to visit? You could overnite them to someone by Fed Ex or something. They have refrigerated flight. Pack them in the container you recieve them in & use all the ice pack you have!!! Or put lots of ice in the contained (styrofoam, & Fed Ex may pack it for you)You could do that on your plane too. My hubby uses Enbrel ,& that is how his comes by UPS. So does my Forteo. I actually have a travel bag with mine that holds the ice packs... Mary
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