In order to be able to carry your medicine when travelling abroad, you must carry the certificate completed by your doctor in accordance with Article 75 of the Schengen Convention. The following European countries are excluded from this: Croatia, Romania, Great Britain, Bulgaria, Cyprus and Ireland. Before you can start your journey, the certificate must be confirmed by the highest state health authority. This is then valid for 30 days and must be handled separately for each variety. When traveling outside of Europe, you must comply with the regulations of the respective country.