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: 2:35 pm, May 27, 2005
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5. Re: Taking pills on trip? can we? (vit-C,B,fat burner)
May 29, 2005, 8:35 PM

Hi Multiplexor, It is advised to bring to all medications in your hand luggage if the packs are sealed as bought even better.

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6. Re: Taking pills on trip? can we? (vit-C,B,fat burner)
May 30, 2005, 3:47 PM

We carry only carry on bags. You don't really need that much.We carry vitamina and percription drugs in their original containers in a resealable plactic bag . No one has ever even them a second look. Beleive it or not they stopped one of our kids and took batteries away from him on the return trip out of Sangster Airport. They didn't use their walkmans much. We took these same batteries thru Phila Airport on the way down. You figure. Enjoy your trip.

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7. Re: Taking pills on trip? can we? (vit-C,B,fat burner)
Jun 1, 2005, 1:10 AM

we never had any problems with ALL the pills we took with us. We just put them in our checked luggage just incase.

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