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Do I need every one of my prescription bottles or can i bring my daily dose box?

I take about a dozen pills a day, i would need an additional bag to bring all the bottles

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For travel you mean? For domestic travel you can take a sufficient supply packed however you like.

For international travel you should take your necessary drugs in all the original boxes with your prescription labels, and, either a copy of your prescriptions or a letter from your doctor listing them. This is awkward but necessary.

For any over-the-counter medicines you use, it is better to buy a near equivalent on arrival at your destination. This is because some such medicines are not permitted to take over borders into some other countries, eg codeine.
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