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Can I travel after a liver transplant?
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Dr. Sidney Vinson
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
It is important to always take an adequate supply of medications with you.
You should not travel to 3rd world countries or be exposed to poor sanitary conditions as your anti-rejections medications make you susceptable to infection.

In brief: Yes
It is important to always take an adequate supply of medications with you.
You should not travel to 3rd world countries or be exposed to poor sanitary conditions as your anti-rejections medications make you susceptable to infection.
Dr. Sidney Vinson
Dr. Sidney Vinson
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Dr. Amy Friedman
Surgery - Transplant
2 doctors agree
In brief: Take meds with you
Travel is a major advantage of successful transplantation.
Bring several extra days supply of medications to accommodate the unpredictability of flights, etc. Never pack the meds in the suitcases that you surrender to the airlines - if the bags are lost, you will have a major problem. Avoid excessive sun exposure. Avoid unsanitary food conditions. Send a postcard to txp team. Have a great trip!

In brief: Take meds with you
Travel is a major advantage of successful transplantation.
Bring several extra days supply of medications to accommodate the unpredictability of flights, etc. Never pack the meds in the suitcases that you surrender to the airlines - if the bags are lost, you will have a major problem. Avoid excessive sun exposure. Avoid unsanitary food conditions. Send a postcard to txp team. Have a great trip!
Dr. Amy Friedman
Dr. Amy Friedman
Thank
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