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PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2010 12:48 am 
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Just re-reading this as we are flying this week and I have a letter for one child (DD), but not the other one (DS). Luckily 6 of our 8 epipens are prescribed for DD, so we will be bringing those, along with the two most recently expired ones, also prescribed to DD.

There were mentions of 'saving the letter for the next trip' or letters getting frayed. . . as per our first allergist's recommendation, I stapled it into DD's passport and then folded it up so it was completely tucked inside the passport. That way, no chance of it getting lost or ripped, etc. I would assume the security people would just need to see it and not keep it. So far we have not been asked for the letter yet, but I don't want to bring DS's epipens in case they might be confiscated by security.

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DD 2004 Allergy to peanuts, egg, sesame, and new: lentils and chick peas
DS 2006 Allergy to peanuts, tree nuts, milk, egg, kiwi fruit, eczema


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