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    Forteo and Traveling
    bjhodg56 posted:
    I am on Forteo and since it has to be kept in the do you transport and keep it cold when you are driving across country or flying...
    Susan Randall, RN, FNP-BC, MSN responded:
    Please visit Eli Lilly's information about traveling with Forteo at I hope this helps to answer your questions.
    osteogirl responded:
    I was on Forteo for 2 years and did a lot of traveling. You just use the tote kit that you received through your doctor's office and put 2 small ice packs in it. If you fly, you will need to take a doctor's note and the box it came in. I hope this information helps.

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