View Single Post
  #4 (permalink)  
Old April 3rd, 2007, 10:02 PM
nmnita nmnita is offline
Senior Member
Admiral
 
Join Date: Sep 2005
Location: Arkansas
Posts: 2,617
Default Re: Taking prescription meds on board

Quote:
Originally Posted by Joecat890
Yes! it's true I have yet another question I as well as my daughters have diabetes that require the use of insulin injections as well as pills. My question is are there any restrictions on how you bring your medication and or supplies on the ship (IE. needles,prescription bottles,ETC) We have a lot of supplies that we have to take with us. I have a letter from my daughters doctor stating what the have and what they need. I do not have one for myself. I don't take injections but I have a lot of pills I have to take everyday they are all in prescription bottles and my name is on them is that OK or do I have to do something else with them? Sorry about all the questions but as we get closer to leaving (4/7/07) I keep thinking of even more questions to ask. The worst thing my wife showed me on the computer was the cruise mates message boards.I can't wait to get back so I can write about what I thought of my first cruise experience. On a more serious note you guys have all been awesome with answering all of my questions (and there have been a lot) It was very appreciated.Hopefully I will be able to answer some other first time cruisers questions in the future.
Thanks again,
HAPPY SAILING...
joecat890
Joe, we hope you get as hooked as the rest of us. I don't think you will have any problems but you may want to check with special services on the ship. I do not know who this may be, just call reservations or check with your TA, someone can get you a name. the specail services person can advise you. Have a great cruise. NMnita
__________________
ncl, carnival, HAL, Costa, RCI, commodore,chamdres,celebrity,Princess
Reply With Quote