IIRC, it was mentioned to me while Emma was in the hospital that we would need a doctor's note to travel with her diabetic supplies. We're flying for Thanksgiving, so I'm going to call her endo's office tomorrow and ask about said note. Altho Southwest's site does say that needles/syringes can be carried so long as the medicine that needs those things is being carried. When packing do I: Pack all needles and lancets I need for the entire trip in my carryon? I'm guessing yes, in case luggage is lost. Will they have a problem with a glucagon kit? I'll plan to take cake gel (Em won't eat the glucose tabs)...I can get juice on the plane if needed (altho my daughter is a weirdo who has never in her entire life liked fruit juice and own't drink it willingly)...and of course, cookies or whatever if she goes low. I've flown several times recently, but on my own and I haven't brought food into the airport with me...will security get cranky about packages of cookies (ie, those 100 cal packs)?