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Taking Narco Meds On A Plane


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I've never been on a plane. I recently lost my health insurance, so I now purchase my pain meds from another country. The meds come in manufacturer's bottles with a prescription label (from that country). If I need to go through airport security, would it be unwise to bring the bottle? Is there another way to go about transporting my meds safely? Can't afford to go to my dr. to get a note right now... Anyone have experience with this?

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You shouldn't have any trouble, so long as your meds are in their original bottle / packaging, and are properly labeled with your name. While a doctor's letter certainly doesn't hurt, it is not required. I personally carry my PCP's business card with me in case any questions ever came up, but I've not needed it in my experience. Actually, never had my pain meds questioned by TSA. Personally, I only travel with what I need for that particular trip, leaving the rest at home, but that's a matter of personal preference. One thing I will caution you on is to NEVER put your meds in checked baggage. Too much risk of theft. Just keep them in your carry-on bag(s) and you should be fine. Safe travels...

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theres different laws for different countries,in most europe i think it is allowed to transport 5 packages of prescribtion meds,so could easily work out like x500 xanax tabs on the spot.But if kept in original packaging and if possible with receipts shouldnt be troubles with larger amounts.Also you can always split in between hand luggage and separate bags.But if you say its narco meds make sure its not in the same category as cannabis or morphine and going upwards ,as that would end up in arrest in most cases,and could cause troubles.be safe

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I've never been on a plane. I recently lost my health insurance, so I now purchase my pain meds from another country. The meds come in manufacturer's bottles with a prescription label (from that country).

Wait what, this is allowed in the States?
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Took a bunch of my stuff from one state to another on a plane in baggies no problem.

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I usually bring what I need in one of those packs that hold a days worth in each compartment and have never had a problem and I usually am on a plane once a month.

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I hide them behind my black eye patch, which I only wear while passing through Customs, and they have never bothered to ask me to take it off and look into my eye socket yet.. Knock on wood!

Thinkin' on wearing a second or third eye patch so I can jam an extra few hundred V's in my eye sockets and nostrils for my next trip overseas Just a little worried about not being able to see and smell where the hell I'm walking. Might need to hire a cheap escort for the week to help me along.

Wearing the eye patch has sure saved me the hassle of mixing the meds in with my vitamins and unknowingly getting all plastered every second or third day for the next 6 months, that's for sure.

You may be interested in buying a few for yourself:

http://www.eyepatchstore.com/id4.html

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You better line your eye patch with lead because when you go through the body scan TSA will be able to see them., Unless they think they are just marbles in your head.lol

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I hide them behind my black eye patch, which I only wear while passing through Customs, and they have never bothered to ask me to take it off and look into my eye socket yet.. Knock on wood!

Thinkin' on wearing a second or third eye patch so I can jam an extra few hundred V's in my eye sockets and nostrils for my next trip overseas Just a little worried about not being able to see and smell where the hell I'm walking. Might need to hire a cheap escort for the week to help me along.

Wearing the eye patch has sure saved me the hassle of mixing the meds in with my vitamins and unknowingly getting all plastered every second or third day for the next 6 months, that's for sure.

You may be interested in buying a few for yourself:

http://www.eyepatchstore.com/id4.html

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This is brilliant!

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i second that! where does one pick up an eye patch? I'm about to go get one right now...........wait. i just had a revelation....you know what happens when you wear an eye patch?....... people think you're tough.......and when they wanna find out HOW tough, you end up in a roadside DITCH. LOL.. oh this is great...maybe its more funny to me than you because of sleep deprivation, but i find it hilarious.

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Those commercials are good, but I can't stand the one with the guy who talks about how his wife died at 46 due to smoking. Back on subject though. I also use the seven day pill container thingie and don' think twice about it.

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I'm probably gonna be flying into LAX from Sydney sometime in the next month or two, how much of say Vals and codiene would it be safe to travel with dya reckon? never been to the US before, so dunno what tsa/customs is like. 7day supply in my carry on, the rest tucked away inconspicuously in checked suitcase was my plan. I'm not afraid of theft from the suitcase, worried about legal trouble. Does checked baggage get...uhh...checked lol? inspected randomly?

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I've never had a problem bringing meds with me when travelling by plane. I always type up a fake letter from a doctor listing my symptoms and meds I need to take. Never had to show this paper, but I have it just in case. And with the time differences between countries there is no chance they would bother phoning to confirm. Not in a million years.

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I took a months supply of CII along with several lesser controlled drugs on a trip from US to Germany. They were in original Rx bottles and nobody even opened them. Talk about being popular! They are much stricter over there than here. I found a friend in the blue light district who loved my pain meds. I paid for one date and saw her for tens days after, at no charge. Just enough meds for her to get a buzz and I had a 20 year old GF who was the most gorgeous thing I've ever seen. I wish I knew how to upload a pic here. Nothing X-rated, just some of her in lingerie.

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