Ok, I have researched and still have no clear answer. I even went to the Customs website and got no answer. So here I am, asking fellow travelers to hopefully shed a little light on this subject.
I take several prescription medications and over-the-counter medications that I will be traveling with. I have heard that you cannot travel to Scotland with any OTC med that contains Pseudoephedrine(such as Advil Cold and Sinus). I have also been told that Diazepam(Valium) and Tramadol(pain medication) might be confiscated at Customs as well as the 2 inhalers I use daily for asthma.
Each medication will only have enough for the trip in a bottle clearly labeled from the pharmacy. The inhalers are also labeled from the pharmacy.
Do I need to have a letter from the prescribing physician to accompany the prescriptions?
Has anyone else traveled with these medications and did you encounter issues in Customs?
Having my asthma medications confiscated would mean I would have to abort my trip.
Any information on this is greatly appreciated.