Ileostomy Travel: Ready to Fly

I’m getting ready to head to the airport for a business trip to Washington, DC.  It’s my first time flying since the fateful “Shits on a Plane” incident, and I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous.  Not about frantic sprints for the bathroom and uncooperative flight attendants (I’m my own self-contained lavatory these days), but about TSA and the security line and the creepy 3-D X-ray machine and a pat-down and questions about my ostomy supply kit and . . . .  But I’m sure I’ll manage.  So far, I always have.

UPDATE: Trip #2, with bonus full TSA pat-down, discussed here.

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2 Responses to Ileostomy Travel: Ready to Fly

  1. Justin Liu says:

    Great to hear you’re doing much better! Happy new year and hope you had a great flight!

  2. Pingback: Full Pat-Down | Know Guts

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