I also take immodium (sp?) in addition to what the previous poster listed. Also, if you have any sinus/allergy issues make sure to bring some sort of sinus/allergy medication. I prefer Tylenol Allergy Sinus.
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We have a kit that contains the following:
Toilet paper & seat covers
small plastic bags
Good list Rev although I think Pancho is going to be upset if you dispose of him . I would add Immodium, seasick remedy of choice, and Neosporin (unless that is what you ment by antibiotics).
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Superglue. I had to use this last time to glue the skin on the top of my big toe back down. It was just about torn off, and I thought our snorkeling was ruined. Superglue plus bandage for padding saved the day. Or should I say week!
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"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover."
Sunscreen is a must and bug spray if you plan jungle trips. I would also add some tummy protection (Tums) for the "I ate too much" sessions, and the usual headache cures fro the "I drank too much" sessions.
Mexico has most of the over the counter drugs you would find in the US... just cheaper.
My first aid contains an assortment of Bandaids and gauze pads, steri-strips (to close up cuts), antiseptic wipes, Rolaids, Immodium, Gas-X, Benadryl, meclizine (for seasickness), Tylenol, Benadryl cream, hydrocortisone cream, Neosporin cream, and antifungal cream.
I also stock a few prescription meds, since a visit to the ship's doctor could be very expensive and time-consuming. I keep 1 or 2 Diflucan tablets for vaginal yeast infections, and a 7 day course of Keflex for skin infections, and Cipro for UTI's.
I feel pretty protected and don't have to worry about finding a pharmacy in a foreign port.