Traveling with rheumatoid arthritis can be challenging, but taking the correct precautions and planning ahead can make it less stressful. Whether by plane, car bus or other means, be sure to have an emergency travel kit, keep your medication nearby, and bring all the documents you need to get through security.
"How do you do it?" I get that question a lot, especially from my mother, when I tell her about my upcoming travel itineraries. Then, as though she's saying it for the first time each time, she'll say "the youth is wasted on the young," as though I don't appreciate being young and full of stamina. But, when you have arthritis, "young"…