Can you take medications to Turkmenistan?

Morphine, codeine, tramadol, temazepam, and other comparable components found in pharmaceuticals are outlawed in Turkmenistan, as are over-the-counter medications, including the widely available Nurofen. All such pharmaceuticals (in any form or amount) are prohibited from being imported into Turkmenistan or transferred across its borders – the fact that the traveler has a written and authorized prescription from a licensed doctor DOES NOT COUNT. The discovery of any of the aforementioned agents can be regarded as narcotic drug smuggling and can result in extremely serious problems for both the individual carrying them and the ground operator, including incarceration.

Because a prescription from your doctor here cannot be filled abroad, and familiar over-the-counter medications may not be available in foreign countries, it is also critical to pack enough quantity for the entire trip, plus some extra in case of flight disruption or delay. Other prescriptions, with the exception of those listed above, are okay to take; however, remember to bring the prescription with you and show it to customs officers.

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