My medication is less than the allowed 3oz but the tube is too large to fit in the one quart sized plastic bag. Can I bring this through TSA?

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My dermatologist just put me on Rogaine FOAM 5%, a medication that is now OTC, which comes in a 2.1 oz tube—thus the amount of Med is under 3oz but the tube is larger than travel size. Can I bring this in my personal or carry-on items? Also, can I be sure that if the answer is yes, the checkers at the gate will provide the same answer?

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Asked on August 30, 2019 12:38 pm
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You should have no problems bringing this item through TSA screening. It is not necessary to pack the medication into the one-quart size clear plastic bag. You will need to pack it separately in your carry on and you will need to declare the medication at the TSA checkpoint. Keep in mind that liquid or foam medications may be subject to extra screening.

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Answered on August 30, 2019 12:42 pm
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