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Ask your doctor about the necessity of immunisation from disease (eg. Cholera, Hepatitis, Tetanus, etc.) for the countries you intend to visit. If you have any immunisations done, make sure you receive an International Health Certificate to show at immigration checkpoints and hospitals.
Don't assume that you can buy more medication while on your trip; make sure you carry sufficient amounts with you to easily cover the trip with a bit left over in case of emergencies. Ask your doctor whether your particular medication is legal in the countries you intend to visit. If your medication requires a prescription, make sure you carry a copy of your prescription, or if it is unreadable, a letter from your doctor. Make sure you keep all your medication in its original packaging to make it easy for officials to identify.
We've put together a handy checklist for you.
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