some travel sites sell medicine organizers that you put your medications in and it keeps it nicely organiced. This would be really handy expecially if you happen to be taking a number of medications. Those pharmacy bottles can take up a lot of room. However, all the packing books I've looked at say to take your medications in their pharmacy bottles. Mail order pharmacy bottles are a tad bulky. My insurance company charges me $20 each medication to get just 10 pills in a little bottle at the local pharmacy, which are still bulky when you put a number of them together. The little travel organizer seems so practical and convienent. Does anyone use these? Will I have any trouble going thru airport security or customs? I'm a nice little old grandmother and I'd hate being thrown in jail for drug trafficking, or missing my plane because some security guy thought I was packing in drugs even though each day would have exactly the same pills in the organizer and just enough for 10 days. What is other traveler's experience with this issue?
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