I suffer spondyloarthritis, osteoarthritis, lumbar muscular problem, severe and chronic anxiety, panic attacks with thanatophobia, have suffered seizures ( I know you get Rivotril 2mg by Nicolas Piramal of India for that – I take the Roche brand at home.) I MUST know if I can get my analgesics – OXYNORM (instant-release oxycodone) 20mg or 30mg capsules, DILAUDID/PALLADONE caps – Dilaudid instant release 6 & 8 mg; Palladone i/r caps 2.6mg (I need 8 of those per day but only 4 x oxycodone. I need these because I am unable to take morphine, although I am able to take opium and heroin when available.
For the lumbar problem I need CARISOMA (carisoprodol 350mg three a day). I think Wallace make them in India. Can you get any of these by mail order, because I pay for a ,ot of my prescriptions in UK and it is REALLY expensive. For instance I have to take Pfizer/Upjohn XANAX 2mg treee times a day (there is only one decent generic and it is NOT Indian!) Even just going to Belgium I can buy 2mg tablets for the same price as 0.5mg tablets in UK, same dryg, same brand. To avoid tolerance I keep supply of diazepam (best is APAURIN from Slovenija) and Lorazepam (best Metwest from UK.) I need a drug no longer available in the UK, BROMAZEPAM (Lexilium, Lexotan, Lexaurin) 12mg and 6mg for panic attacks. I also need 40mg LYSANXIA brand PRAZEPAM which is not sedating like diazepam but is the best med in the world (2 x 40mg) to help thanatophobia. And my friend says agoraphobia too.
Funds are limited. But whatever else I could live without, I MUST have OXYCODONE, HYDROMORPHONE, ALPRAZOLAM (Xanax 2mg), PRAZEPAM, and BROMAZEPAM. Diazepam is useful as a very fast acting agent for sudden panic, just one dose of 30mg, and lorazepam 2.5mg is similar but less sedating.
You must check with the Indian embassy before you go. Some drugs are OK here but illegal in other countries and you could get arrested carrying them, even if they are just for your health.
You normally need to have a letter from your doctor saying what drugs you are on and why. I always take sufficient supply with me. In other countries they have different brand names and maybe different contents. Better safe than sorry. Take an extra prescription for emergencies. Always carry your meeds on you, not in your luggage, in case your bags get lost or delayed.
Have a good trip.
on: 15th March 11