Traveling with an Autoimmune Disease

Traveling with an Autoimmune Disease

Traveling with inflammatory bowel disease is stressful. Not only do we have to deal with digestive-related symptoms, but our immune systems are often suppressed from the medications we’re taking. The New York Times recently published a guide to traveling and eating safely with an autoimmune disease. It has advice about traveling with medications, what to eat, and apps that can help make life easier while traveling.

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More on Traveling with IBD

More on Traveling with IBD

I was recently asked to contribute to a post on traveling with IBD on the My Therapy blog, and I am excited to share it with you! The post contains a helpful, downloadable checklist for traveling with Inflammatory Bowel Disease and stories from me and others about our experience traveling with IBD.

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Surviving a Cruise on Immunosuppressants

Surviving a Cruise on Immunosuppressants

A few months ago I said I would post soon about the cruise I was going on and Entyvio Connect. Well, I still haven’t completely figured out Entyvio Connect, but I did survive the cruise! It didn’t go perfectly smoothly, but I did get through it without any major incidents

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