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Can my doctor write a prescription for my study abroad program?
TIP: If your doctor or insurance company is hesitant to write you a prescription for the duration of your study abroad program, SAI can provide a letter verifying the dates of your participation in the program. (Just ask us!) 2.) Bring a signed and date stamped note from your doctor (on letterhead), that states, in English, the following:
What are the consequences of taking medicine abroad?
These consequences can range from confiscation (removal) of your medicine, which could harm your medical treatment, to stiff penalties, including imprisonment on charges for drug trafficking. To avoid medicine-related issues during your travel, follow these tips.
How to pack your medicines when travelling abroad?
Consider packing some extra medicine in your suitcase or hold luggage in case you lose your hand luggage. Check that the expiry dates of your medicines will be valid for the duration of your visit abroad. Some medicines need to be kept at room temperature (below 25C) or stored in the fridge.
Do I need a licence to take controlled medicines abroad?
Some prescribed medicines contain drugs that are controlled under the Misuse of Drugs legislation in the UK. This means that extra legal controls apply to these medicines. You may need a personal licence to take controlled medicines abroad.