Medroxyprogesteone/ Depo Trust with syringe to take or not to take to Australia?

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Medroxyprogesteone/ Depo Trust with syringe to take or not to take to Australia?

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Old 08-24-2017, 11:00 PM
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Medroxyprogesteone/ Depo Trust with syringe to take or not to take to Australia?


I would like to ask for advise if I can take Medroxyprogesteone with syringe to Australia with prescription. I am reluctant to take this as it has a syringe. Will they let me bring this ? Thanks


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Old 08-25-2017, 05:13 AM
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You can put it in your checked luggage. Some airlines require you to declare it. Just make sure it's secure so it doesn't hurt any baggage handlers.

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