50 list of medicines to carry while travelling abroad from india

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I have some of the list of medicine which i usually carry during my normal treks or to travelling some new places.

  1. Tab Crocin 500 mg ; For Fever
  2. Tab Ondem 4mg & Tab Demstal ; for Vomit
  3. Tab CETZIN 10mg ; For allergies
  4. Tab Aciloc 150 mg & Cap Omez 20 mg ; For Acidity
  5. Tab Nodard plus ; Pain, Headache or Feverish
  6. Tab Cheston Cold ; Cough – Cold

Here’s a streamlined list of 50 medications and health items you might consider carrying while traveling abroad from India

  1. Antihistamines – For allergic reactions
  2. Antidiarrheal medication – To manage symptoms of diarrhea
  3. Motion Sickness Tablets – To prevent nausea and vomiting
  4. Pain relievers (Paracetamol, Ibuprofen) – For pain or fever
  5. Antacids – For indigestion and heartburn
  6. Antiseptic solution – For cleaning wounds
  7. Antibacterial ointment – For cuts and scrapes
  8. Throat lozenges – For sore throat relief
  9. Antifungal cream – For fungal skin infections
  10. Hydrocortisone cream – For itching and skin irritation
  11. Cough suppressants/expectorants – For cough relief
  12. Rehydration salts – For dehydration relief
  13. Laxatives – For constipation relief
  14. Insect repellent – To prevent insect bites
  15. Sunscreen – SPF 30 or higher for sun protection
  16. After-sun lotion – For soothing sunburnt skin
  17. Lip balm with SPF – To protect lips from the sun
  18. Multivitamins – To supplement your diet while traveling
  19. Sleep aids (Melatonin or prescribed medication) – For adjusting to new time zones
  20. Malaria prophylaxis (if applicable) – When traveling to malaria-endemic areas
  21. Water purification tablets – For safe drinking water
  22. Band-aids – For minor cuts and blisters
  23. Gauze and tape – For dressing larger wounds
  24. Thermometer – To monitor fever
  25. Tweezers – For splinter or tick removal
  26. Scissors – For cutting tape, gauze, etc.
  27. Elastic bandages – For sprains or strains
  28. Disposable gloves – For hygiene and protection when treating wounds
  29. Eye drops – For dry or irritated eyes
  30. Earplugs – To reduce noise or discomfort in flights
  31. Condoms – For protection against STIs
  32. Hand sanitizer – To keep hands clean
  33. Antibacterial wipes – For sanitizing surfaces or hands
  34. Prescription medications (with copy of prescription) – Bring enough for the trip plus extra
  35. Cold and flu tablets – For symptom relief
  36. Travel sickness tablets – For seasickness or altitude sickness
  37. Glucose powder or tablets – For a quick energy boost
  38. Mild sedative or tranquilizers (prescribed) – For long flights or anxiety
  39. Allergy medication (like Epinephrine auto-injector) – If you have severe allergies
  40. Diabetic supplies (if applicable) – Including extra insulin, testing strips
  41. Asthma inhalers (if applicable) – Spare inhalers if you have asthma
  42. Heart disease medications (if applicable) – Like nitroglycerin or other prescribed drugs
  43. Compression socks – To prevent deep vein thrombosis on long flights
  44. Pepto-Bismol or similar – For stomach upsets
  45. Nasal spray – For dry or congested nasal passages
  46. Urine infection test kit and treatment – Especially for women prone to UTIs
  47. Vitamin C or other immune boosters – For general health
  48. Fever reducer – Additional to general pain relievers
  49. Altitude sickness medication (if applicable) – If traveling to high altitude areas
  50. Personal first aid kit – Containing the above as needed

Some other medicine

Eye drops
Glasses and contacts
Medical alert bracelet or necklace
Diabetes testing supplies

Here’s a list of countries that are popular travel destinations for Indians, along with the recommended medical precautions travelers should consider before visiting these countries:

  1. United Arab Emirates (Dubai, Abu Dhabi)
    • Medical Precautions: Routine vaccinations should be up-to-date. Consider vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, and ensure you have comprehensive travel insurance.
  2. United States
    • Medical Precautions: Ensure all routine vaccinations are current, including MMR (measles-mumps-rubella), diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, varicella (chickenpox), polio, and your yearly flu shot.
  3. Thailand
    • Medical Precautions: Recommended vaccinations include Hepatitis A and B, Typhoid, Japanese Encephalitis (for longer stays or rural travel), and possibly Rabies if you plan to interact with animals.
  4. Singapore
    • Medical Precautions: Routine vaccinations should be updated, and Hepatitis B vaccination is recommended due to the potential for blood-borne infections.
  5. Malaysia
    • Medical Precautions: Vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, Typhoid, and Japanese Encephalitis are recommended, especially if traveling to rural areas.
  6. United Kingdom
    • Medical Precautions: Make sure all routine vaccinations are up-to-date. There are no additional vaccinations typically required, but travel health insurance is recommended.
  7. Australia
    • Medical Precautions: Standard vaccinations such as MMR, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, varicella, and polio should be up-to-date. Hepatitis B vaccination is advised for those who might be exposed to blood or body fluids, have sexual contacts, or be exposed through medical treatment.
  8. Canada
    • Medical Precautions: Travelers should ensure that they are up-to-date on routine vaccinations. Consider a flu shot if traveling in flu season.
  9. Saudi Arabia
    • Medical Precautions: For those performing Hajj or Umrah, meningococcal vaccination is required. Also recommended are vaccinations for seasonal flu, Hepatitis A and B, and possibly for Typhoid.
  10. Switzerland
    • Medical Precautions: Routine vaccines should be current. Depending on what you will be doing, you might also need vaccinations for Hepatitis B and Rabies.
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