Travel Medical Checklist - Start with a List, Check with Your Travel Doctor

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Travel Medical Checklist

When traveling it is always best to plan ahead. Take a look at this list. Print the Travel Medical Checklist below and make an appointment with your family doctor or a travel consultant. From this

From this list, you can have a productive conversation to find the right medicines to take with you when you are traveling. Traveling alone, a friend or with a group planning is key to safe and successful journeys that focus on the places and people and not life’s little adventures and dramas.

Travel Medical Checklist

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Ace Band Aid Snake bites– compression cheap generic viagra Compression Wrap Sprains – compression
Tylenol For Fevers. It can treat minor aches and pains and reduces fever. Analgesic Aches & Pains
Ibuprofen It can treat fever and mild to severe pain. Nonsteroidal anti-Inflammatory drug Must be used every 4 hours to work
Benadryl It can treat pain and itching caused by insect bites, minor cuts, burns, poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac when applied topically. In its oral form, it can treat hay fever, allergies, cold symptoms, and insomnia. In its injected form, it can treat severe allergic reactions, motion sickness, and symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Antihistamine
RICE Rest, Ice, Compress, Elevate Treatment soft tissue injuries
Valacyclovir Sun sores can be treated, herpes virus, and infections, including shingles, cold sores, and genital herpes all use this medication to reduce pain and discomfort and promotes healing. It can also treat chickenpox. This medication does not cure herpes or sun sores, but may prevent herpes sores or blisters and outbreaks from spreading. Antiviral drug
Cipro It can treat infections Antibiotics
Bactrim Broad Antibiotic General Staph Antibiotics Sulfamethoxazole / Trimethoprim
Imodium AD Diarrhea Mild food poisoning
Loperamide 2ml Diarrhea Food poisoning
Ondansetron Nausea Food poisoning 1 pill every 12 hours
Traumed Topical cream Topical anti-Inflammatory
Band Aids/Neosporin Topical ointment

you might want to look at some of the other posts. One good one that will help you when you are planning is

Besides a Travel Medical Checklist take a look at this Trip Planning for an Overseas Trip. It is a pre-departure checklist.

Planning a Trip Overseas? Use This Pre-Departure Checklist