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My name is Lucy Ana Krasno and I am 60 years old. I was diagnosed with Diabetes in 1964 after being in a Diabetic coma for three days. I am a writer and have worked in the Medical Field and for different Business Corporations over the years. I don’t know what it’s like NOT to have Diabetes, since I’ve had it so long. All the credit for my care started with my mother and grandmother who were instrumental in my caregiving when I was growing up. I was taught that I could accomplish anything I wanted with Diabetes, and I am still here doing so.

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Flying with diabetes can be a scary adventure. Even if you have it under control on the ground, your blood sugar can go haywire when you are in the air. The food, stress, and change of atmospheric pressure all play a role in how well your body manages its glucose levels. But there are things that you can do to make flying easier-and keep yourself healthy!

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Dealing with diabetes and traveling is never easy. You have to manage a lot of things that could be essential for saving you from life-threatening situations. One of the best and useful ways is to take with you an insulin travel case. However, diabetic travel kits are available in the market to deliver the right purpose. You can always manage to take your insulin pen with you.