Do you bring any medicine when you are in travel?

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@youless (92268)
Guangzhou, China
November 25, 2017 2:40am CST
I seldom will bring the medicine when we are in travel. But occasionally I still bring the medicine like Antidiarrheal in case we eat something wrong during the travel. Or I will bring some medicine to deal with the cold. And you?
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@jstory07 (68321)
• Roseburg, Oregon
25 Nov
I have allergy pills that I always take with me.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
25 Nov
Hopefully you don't need to use them so often.
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@ramapo17 (24561)
• Melbourne, Florida
18 May
I never leave home without my allergy medicine.
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@cahaya1983 (10043)
• Malaysia
25 Nov
Not a lot, usually just paracetamol.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
25 Nov
That's nice.
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@yanzalong (10200)
• Indonesia
25 Nov
Yes, I do. not as much. It's very important to have them handy.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
25 Nov
I think so.
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@shubhu3 (14275)
• New Delhi, India
25 Nov
Well we do like the basic ones for headache and yeah stomach infections.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
25 Nov
Yes, stomach infections medicine is necessary when we travel abroad.
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@shubhu3 (14275)
• New Delhi, India
25 Nov
@youless I agree.
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@Shavkat (63449)
• Philippines
25 Nov
When I volunteered to another country, I brought some medicines with the clearance from the organization's doctor. I think it is better to have it especially if we are traveling to unfamiliar places.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
25 Nov
You are right.
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@Shavkat (63449)
• Philippines
26 Nov
@youless Thank you for agreeing with my opinion.
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@ramapo17 (24561)
• Melbourne, Florida
18 May
Absolutely @Shavkat. If we are traveling we don't know if we are going to need our meds or not but I would rather take them with me than not being able to find them if I needed them.
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@TRBRocks420 (79544)
• Banks, Oregon
25 Nov
I will better safe than sorry.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
25 Nov
I agree with you.
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@hereandthere (31919)
• Philippines
25 Nov
i think it's better to bring a few that you know are effective for you because they might not be available where you go. those with allergies and medical conditions of course have to take more.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
25 Nov
I don't often have allergies and therefore I don't bring this kind of medicine.
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@MALUSE (41274)
• Germany
25 Nov
It's wise to take basic medicine with you and, of course, the medicine you have to take regularly. You wouldn't want to lose time finding a pharmacy in a foreign country whose language you don't speak, would you?
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
25 Nov
You are right. But sometimes the problem is the custom may need you to provide some certification for the medicines you bring.
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@MALUSE (41274)
• Germany
25 Nov
@youless You can certainly get this from your physician.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
25 Nov
@MALUSE Another problem is whether the foreign custom can understand your language
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@LadyDuck (163719)
• Switzerland
25 Nov
I bring Ibuprofen in case of any kind of pain, my eye drops and nothing else, I can buy something when I arrive if I need.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
26 Nov
Sometimes I will bring eye drops, especially when we go to the water park overseas.
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@LadyDuck (163719)
• Switzerland
26 Nov
@youless I suffer of glaucoma, I need special eye drops, this is why I always bring them with me.
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• Peoria, Arizona
25 Nov
it depends on where I am going. But if I am going somewhere for a distance, I will bring pain killers, and maybe allergy medication just in case.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
25 Nov
It is terrible to suffer the pain on the travel.
• Peoria, Arizona
29 Nov
@youless Oh boy do I know. walking 5 miles on a sprained ankle wasn't the highlight of my day that day...or the half mile on a dislocated knee...I know pain haha
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@allknowing (66671)
• India
27 Nov
While on foreign travel we are advised to carry medicines as getting medicines off the counter is not allowed there. We need a prescription and doctors there are very expensive.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
28 Nov
Even though, we still have to bring the medicines carefully when we travel abroad because some of the medicines are not known there.
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@louievill (18941)
• Philippines
25 Nov
I always carry a small first aide kit that has all the essentials including medicine for almost all common ailments.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
25 Nov
Perhaps you often have a business trip and it is useful for you.
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@louievill (18941)
• Philippines
25 Nov
@youless not just business trips but anywhere I go, it's always good to be ready, Im a prepper
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@peachpurple (12874)
• Malaysia
25 Nov
oh yes especially, panadol, flu, cough, diarrhea , all these are very important
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
25 Nov
You are very thoughtful to it.
@Peach10 (1902)
18 May
Yes I do for headache and nausea and vomiting.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
18 May
I hope this is just an occasional case.
@Peach10 (1902)
18 May
@youless all the time my friend. For my sons
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@Tracy04 (10868)
• Malaysia
22 Jul
Yup, I do bring my own medicine. I bring my gastric pills, who knows when it strikes.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
22 Jul
Some certain medicines are necessary.
@ramapo17 (24561)
• Melbourne, Florida
18 May
I bring my prescription medicine. I need to take them daily.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
18 May
My parents also need to take their medicine daily. They are for high blood pressure.
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@Daelii (5718)
• United States
27 Nov
Yes, I have to. Two of my kids have severe allergies and one has asthma. So I need to pack their medicines and things they might need.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
28 Nov
I also have a child. So I understand we have to prepare everything well when we have a travel together
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@Deepizzaguy (13822)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
26 Nov
I live with the thought process of better to be safe than sorry. I do take my medicines with me when I travel which is very seldom.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
26 Nov
Yes, especially we don't know which medicine we shall buy when we travel abroad.
@lady1993 (18607)
• Philippines
25 Nov
I always do, since it;s better to be prepared indeed. I bring something for my tummy and white flower for when i feel dizzy.. tons of candy too
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
25 Nov
White Flower Oil is so useful and I like it a lot. It works for so many ways
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@kavinitu (5033)
• India
25 Nov
It is essential to have a medical kit with you while traveling. The following things are important. Like Band-aids, stomach pill, pills for headache etc.
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@youless (92268)
• Guangzhou, China
25 Nov
Very good tips I forgot to bring the Band-aids all the time.
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