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For the injector pens, you will need to notify the agent when you check in, and a letter from your physician on his/her letterhead stationery declaring that this medication is necessary, would also be beneficial. Make sure the pens or the boxes they come in, have an Rx label with your name on it. At Security, do show the TSO (Transportation Security Officer) the injector pens and explain what they're for.
You should not have a problem.
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Hi again, Barbara.
This is Cher, the first Expert who helped you.
Your question was regarding TSA screening, with medication, when leaving the U.S and I provided information for you, regarding that. I stated that a letter from your doctor would be beneficial. This category deals with TSA rules and regulations for passengers going through security in the U.S. I'm sure you already checked the international rules or Amsterdam's rules regarding entering the country with the diabetes injector pens,
If you need any further information, as I stated, just click 'Reply to Expert' and type "For Cher Only" to begin your post. Thank you very much!