Do you pack your home monitor in your suitcase or your carry-on?
I'm going out of town for the first time since getting a biventricular pacemaker. I'm trying to decide between packing my home monitor in my suitcase or my carry-on. I'm leaning towards taking it in my carry-on, but it's pretty bulky, especially if I bring it in its box, and I don't want to have one more thing to deal with at the security screening.
On the other hand, if I put it in my suitcase, it could get lost. (If it got delayed, it wouldn't be catastrophic because it doesn't monitor continuously, only if I'm having a problem and I send something to the clinic to be checked out. But I'm assuming it might be expensive to replace.)
What do you usually do? Do the security people make you get them out if you take it in a carry-on?
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At age 20, I will be getting a pacemaker in few weeks along with an SA node ablation. This opportunity may change a five year prognosis into a normal life span! I look forward to being a little old lady with a wicked cane!