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Bringing medicines into Norway by travelhttps://legemiddelverket.no/english/import-wholesaling-and-retailing/importing-medicines-for-personal-use/bringing-medicines-into-norway-by-travelBringing medicines into Norway by travelThe quantity you are permitted to bring with you in your luggage depends on the type of medicine concerned and the country you are travelling from.2822The quantity you are permitted to bring with you in your luggage depends on the type of medicine concerned and the country you are travelling from.
Importing medicines for personal use in the form of consignmentshttps://legemiddelverket.no/english/import-wholesaling-and-retailing/importing-medicines-for-personal-use/importing-in-the-form-of-consignmentsImporting medicines for personal use in the form of consignmentsPostal consignments containing medicinal products from abroad are not allowed and may be stopped by Norwegian Customs. The strict regulation aims to prevent incorrect use and protect consumers from illegal medicinal products.1617
Taking medicines out of Norwayhttps://legemiddelverket.no/taking-medicines-out-of-norwayTaking medicines out of NorwayIt is up to each country to decide what medicines it permits travellers to carry with them. To clarify the rules that apply, you must contact the authorities of the country to which you are travelling.2849Information regarding taking and sending medicines out of Norway.
Travelling abroad with pets and medicineshttps://legemiddelverket.no/english/import-wholesaling-and-retailing/importing-medicines-for-personal-use/travelling-abroad-with-pets-and-medicinesTravelling abroad with pets and medicinesWhen travelling abroad with a pet, you must take a veterinarian's declaration with you if the animal needs regular medication. 2852When travelling abroad with a pet, you must take a veterinarian's declaration with you if the animal needs regular medication.

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