Eu encontrei este artigo isso pode ajudá-lo:
- According to the medical department of the United Arab Embassy in London, any medication is acceptable if it has been prescribed by a
doctor and the passenger has a prescription including name, address
and date of birth.
também a história que é contada é sobre um trânsito com um vôo atrasado, então isso depende se você tiver que passar pela alfândega.
Esta discussão também pode ser útil:
Either but your medication containing codeine into your checked
baggage or leave it at home. Although you are very unlikely to get
checked, if you wanted to legally import medicine containing codeine
you would need (taken from the US embasy in Abu Dhabi, insert UK/NZ
equivalents for UK/NZ citizens)
The Ministry of Health advises that unlicensed, controlled medicines
can only be imported into the UAE through hospitals and not by
However, the Drug Control Department of the Ministry of Health [of the
UAE] does have special regulations for personal import of such items:
patients or travelers carrying prescribed prescription medications
* their prescriptions issued by licensed U.S. doctors,
* attested by a notary public, and
* duly authenticated by the secretary of state of one’s U.S. state and
* finally also authenticated by the Secretary of State of the U.S. Government in Washington, D.C.
By the time you've done all that you'll already have died. So just put
it in your checked baggage.
E, finalmente, este artigo com mais detalhes sobre os regulamentos:
According to a 2001 decree, the Guidelines for the Customs control at
Airports. Seaports Post offices and by road etc for the importation of
medicines for personal use are:
Resident and non resident patients can bring into the country a
maximum of 3 month supply of prescription medicine, for their personal
Psychotropic medicines 1 can be brought by non residents to cover
their personal consumption for a maximum of 3 month period.
Psychotropic medicines can be brought in by resident in a quantity
sufficient for 1 month consumption. However, residents can bring a
'maximum 3 month supply if the medicine is not available in the UAE
provided that they obtain the prior approval of the Drug Control
Resident and non resident patients should not bring narcotic medicines
into the country without the prior approval from the Ministry of
Each case will be studied and approved. A valid prescription and
medical report from the concerned hospital or department will be
Medicines that arrive in the country via postal courier can not be
released to the patient unless the above requirements are fulfilled.
Na minha opinião, você deve obter uma receita para qualquer droga que possa ter consigo durante o trânsito.
Espero que possa ser de alguma ajuda.