How to travel with your presorted medication pouches

We recommend that you carry your medication with you while in transit, especially if you’ll be traveling by air. If you’ll be flying, we recommend that you pack your medications in a carry-on bag and keep it with you on the plane. If you’ll be travelling by car, keep your medications with you, where the car is more likely to be air conditioned, and not in the trunk.

If you’ll only be carrying a few presorted pouches, consider keeping a list of your medications and doctors’ names with you.

If you have questions on how to fly with freezer packs, syringes, liquid medications, and inhalers, please contact your travel agent or the airline directly.

Still have questions?

We're always happy to help. Our support team is available 8am–10pm ET weekdays and 10am–8pm ET on weekends.

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