Prescription drugs in liquid and solid form
If prescription medication is carried on the plane, it may be transported in your hand luggage - regardless of whether it is a liquid or solid substance, such as tablets or pills. However, you should always take a certificate with you confirming that the medication you are carrying has been prescribed by your family doctor and that it is necessary to take it with you. For the required English-language certificate, there are numerous blank forms on the Internet, which the family doctor only has to fill out (e.g. on the website of the ADAC). These certificates look particularly official if they also contain the stamp and signature of your doctor. They can also be extremely useful if you need medical assistance abroad. Because the form then shows correctly and quickly which medications you usually have to take. hand luggage tablets
TIP: For liquid medications, the confirmation also eliminates the quantity restriction for liquid substances in carry-on baggage.
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