Make sure that you have enough Adrenaline Auto-injectors with you – it may be difficult and expensive to get replacement pens abroad. Organise this with your GP several weeks before. Airlines will often require a letter from your doctor to allow you to carry your Adrenaline Auto-injector with you onto the aircraft. Click on the link to print off a Travel Certificate for your doctor to fill in – make sure you get it done in good time before you travel. If you have a food allergy, you should also discuss meal options (if provided). Download our translation sheets, which give a number of useful foreign phrases for people who suffer with anaphylaxis, for example ‘I am allergic to peanuts.’ Click on the links to print off the ones for the country you are visiting and take them with you when you go abroad: French, German, Italian and Spanish.