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Just questionn gif th einformation sheets with the same info a son the RX bottle will be acceptable to TSA rather than having us repack every pill into its own bottle
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: General
Expert:  Cher replied 6 years ago.
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If your medications are already in your daily dose containers, pack these in clear plastic ziploc bags so they can be easily identified by airport security screeners. It is preferred to have each individual medication in it's original bottle from the pharmacy, with your name, doctor's name, name of medication, etc. However, it is also acceptable to have the original prescription or the information sheet from the pharmacy (with your name and name of the medication) for each medication to show, if requested. You can also bring all original bottles, with one pill in each, to show at security screening, if asked.

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