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Carry a letter from your doctor that describes your medical condition and any prescription medicines you take for it, including their generic names. When you pack your medicines, make sure they are in your carry-on luggage and are clearly labeled and in their original containers.
Some prescription drugs that are legal in the United States may be illegal in other countries. If you need to take any prescription medicines with you on your trip, check with Guinea-Bissau’s embassy in the United States to verify that all your prescription(s) are legal to bring with you.
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