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Last minute Singapore freak out, help appreciated!

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Okay, I think I have had too much time to think pre-trip. We are traveling to Bali, with a 12 hour overnight stay in Singapore en route, and then a two-night say at the end of the trip. We had been planning to bring Ambien, but I just read today that it requires pre-authorization, which we did not obtain. That led to further researching and subsequent "freaking out."

So, at this point, we are leaving behind both Ambien and chewing gum...
1. Can we take Advil, Tums, and Benadryl?
2. If so, do we have to use the "red channel" and declare it?
3. Are films legally downloaded onto iPad going to be an issue?
4. If we feel like our luggage has been compromised, are we safe to report that without getting into trouble?
and
5. Am I being silly crazy about this?

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