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    I know this is an older thread - but it is very interesting. Wondering if you have a legitimate prescription for something, but put pills (the same) that are NOT the original pills (i.e., from an IOP) in that bottle if it's a problem?
    The color and shape is indicated on the label. So the cop might assume the wrong pills if they dont match the color shape listed. If there the same and it is the same drug you should be fine.

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    Viagra now marketing single packs.... lol funny , how the unsuspecting person just trying to perform like he did when he was 20 , gets a felony
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    No it's not, but is it worth going through hassle of cops identifying your pills and you said you already got busted for DUI so why bother about sex pills

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    IDK but I wouldn't count on it. If you're found with anything without a legit bottle and label that matches the pills they can get you for importation. I got a DUI for having legit K-pins in my purse...long story but don't trust the police in these matters. And don't say S$$t like I did.
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    @Blue Flowers
    That's just awful. I'm sorry. I carry rx bottles but I have 4 rxs plus 2 herbal remedies. I'd probably be in trouble, even though everything's legit, because I've got too many bottles. Good information to have. Thanks.

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    IDK but I wouldn't count on it. If you're found with anything without a legit bottle and label that matches the pills they can get you for importation. I got a DUI for having legit K-pins in my purse...long story but don't trust the police in these matters. And don't say S$$t like I did.
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    In the UK it is NOT illegal to be in posession POM, if that med is not controlled. I thought viagra was something you can buy OTC at boots?

  6. No, it is legal to hold a 3 months prescription according to Constitutional Law of UNITED STATES.

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    No, it is legal to hold a 3 months prescription according to Constitutional Law of UNITED STATES.
    What does this mean? Are you referring to some language in the US Constitution?
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    The 28th amendment...the right to bear drugs.
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    There have been enough stories that I do not need to add one more, I hope, for everyone to get the point that it is absolutely illegal to carry prescription medications of any type unless they are in their original bottles.

    To answer one question, nope, that faded label on the bottle you got from fatBgone dot con (what typo?) in 1997 is not going to cover your 2017 Acxion tabletas.

    It is a PITA, I KNOW...but just ask the pharmacy to include a "school bottle" for each of your prescriptions. They will give you two bottles for each of your meds, one full of pills accurately counted, the other empty, smaller, but with duplicate information including the date the RX was filled, for you to put a few pills into when you must be out of the house at dosing time. And really, depending on the medication, your life is probably going to suck to some degree if you don't make it home in time for your next dose. Being stuck on the tarmack for eight hours when you were scheduled to take an allergy pill seven hours ago will be uncomfortable. Certain other meds you miss may cause significantly more suckage.

    Don't embrace the suckage. School bottles are your friend. Treat them as such! Buy them a jaunty carrying case! Or tote them stylishly in the fanny pack your SIL gave you for Christmas, 1990, like @H20shed65 does. I would much rather bear the inconvenience of finding a way to haul around a few extra bottles than to bear the inconvenience of $12,000 in legal fees from the least expensive attorney I could find to get my sorry self out of trouble I did not even know I could get into (ignorance of the law is no excuse...and now you are not ignorant of that law, anyway.)
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    Just a reminder, while helpful (and indeed alarming) most of the advice in this thread is for the US only and for people travelling to the US.

    In many places in Europe and elsewhere it is perfectly fine to carry prescription medicines without a prescription bottle (or indeed without a prescription at all) as long as they are not controlled substances. Even if they are, taking them out of the bottle (or rather packet, as most european meds come in blister packs) is not such a big concern.

    The last non-controlled med I got from a pharmacy in Europe didn't even have a label with my name on it. The pharmacist asked if I knew the doasage, I said yes, and she gave me the box without putting anything on it. This was a legit prescription from a nearby doctor and the pharmacist knows I live close by. Some places (such as UK) will always put a label on, but taking some antibiotics out the packet to save taking the whole box to work to work? Not a concern at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mira View Post
    Thats kind of splitting hairs, dont you think?

    On the other hand, some people just like the risk involved and do it anyway without precaution. I used to love driving past a cop after I had just scored and mentally stick my tongue out at them. I was so stupid. To each their own I guess.
    I had to laugh at this, Mira. You reminded me of a friend of mine in the program. She shared once that after a couple years of being clean, she was out one New Years and got caught up in a sobriety checkpoint. She was so excited about being able to pass it with flying colors, she turned around and got in line again. (The cops were a little nonplussed.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Flowers View Post
    Remember that all pharm issued bottles have a description of the markings, shape and color of the pills.
    Interesting. In the past, this information was not printed on the bottle (at least in my experience). But I just looked at my most recent script, and sure enough, those details are on the label.

    Can anyone confirm whether or not this is now required by law?

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    I am required at work to bring all my pill bottles with me. So I'd imagine you could possibly get into trouble. I technically got fired but was hired back once I proved they were mine.

  14. This is anecdotal but in California I was recently pulled over for lane straddling. They gave me a sobriety test and searched my car (I gave them permission). They found my pill case that contained a mix of xanax, ambien and some others. The cop asked if I had a prescription for them, I said yeah at home and that was the end of it. I passed the sobriety test, got a ticket for the lane straddling and was on my way.

    I think it all comes down to the cop and how you behave. Remaining silent isn't always the best move.

  15. I always travel with my pill bottle in my pocket. Being a guy it's a nuisance and embarrassing having a pill bottle bulging in my pant pockets but it is what it is. Being a female would make it a little easier to carry around since you would have a purse more likely than not. I have even asked the pharmacy for a smaller travel sized bottle but they have never done it. The only med I have to carry with me most of the time is my anxiety medication. My other meds are fine to stay at home.
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  16. I have special leather bag for it just for wearing pills in my pocket when ever I go.
    When go overseas I carry prescription due international laws and you don't know where you will bump into asking you what kind of pills are those.

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    I've now started to carry my meds with me in case I go out and end up stay with friends or in some chicks apartment
    But my Chemist always puts my meds in a plastic bad with the seal along the top. But I always keep my non prescribed anxiety meds in a little stash gadget
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    I never carry bottles but this thread makes me a bit uncomfortable. Live in US. Travel all over world with drugs in my 7 day case. Have never been asked about it. I was just searched heavily in Europe on way home to US. They didn't even ask about the pills. They were only interested in bomb residue.

    As far as driving, what is the protocol for car being searched? I have always assumed that if I got pulled over for speeding , they can't search the car. Anyone know?

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