Is it better to carry prescription meds in personal or check in?

Medications are allowed on a flight in either a carry-on or checked bag. It is usually best to pack medicines in a carry-on bag. Checked luggage can be delayed or lost and may not arrive at your final destination. Checked luggage can be exposed to temperature changes and moisture that could affect your medications.

Can you take medicine in a Ziploc bag?

You may place medications in 3.4 ounce (100 milliliters) or smaller containers in a one-quart size clear zip-top plastic bag along with your other personal liquid and gel items.

Does medication count as a personal item?

Can TSA see pills in your pocket?

Can airport scanners see pills? Even if the pills are contained in plastic, non metallic or metallic bottles, the answer is yes. The airport scanners have no problems finding the pills that you are travelling with, liquid form or not.

Is Stick deodorant considered a liquid?

Stick, powder, and crystal deodorants are a type of solid deodorant that applies dry to the skin. No matter your flight provider, all solid deodorants are not considered liquids, which makes them legal to carry on your flight.

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