Nicorandil Permission To Bring To The Usa

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Kathy Says:

I will be traveling from UK to California for 4 weeks holiday, please can you tell me if my prescribed Nicorandil will be allowed through customs. I have been taking it for 5 years.

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Verwon Says:

Hi, Kathy!

As long as it's a valid prescription that shows the dosing schedule, doctor's name and contact information, then you're allowed to bring in up to 3 months of it.

When traveling, I usually carry the prescriptions and a printout from my doctor that shows why each one has been prescribed.

And please be sure to leave them in the original prescription containers, as customs may question any loose tablets in unmarked pill carriers.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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Michelle Says:
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When will nicorandil be available. In the United states?

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