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No, you do not have to bring all your prescription bottles with you on your trip. If all your medications are in pill form, that's fine; if some are in liquid or gel form, they don't have to follow the same rules as the other liquid, gels, and aerosols you may bring. Pack your medications in a separate bag, so it is easier for the TSA security screener to view them and to have them put through x-ray.
It would be a good idea to carry copies of the original prescriptions or a letter from your doctor(s), naming all the medications you are taking/bringing, so you can show it, if asked. This is not mandatory, just a precautionary measure. You can see more detailed information at this website:
As you can see, for more information you can call the TSA Contact Center at(###) ###-#### ***** - Fri. 8AM - 11PM, Eastern time. Weekend and Federal holiday hours are: 9AM - 8PM.
You can also call the TSA Cares Helpline, which helps passengers with medical questions, at(###) ###-#### ***** hours are the same as the TSA Contact Center.
I hope this helped and wish you a wonderful trip!
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