Yes, even if your medication is in fluid form you can carry it onto the aircraft with you. Its contents should be clearly labelled and preferably in original packaging. Take enough with you to last a couple of days in case your luggage gets delayed. It is helpful to have a medical cert or doctor’s letter certifying that you are taking prescribed medication in case of any problems in customs. It is also a good idea to take a copy of your prescription with you in your hand luggage in case for any reason, your medication and you part company.
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