If you have prescription medicine with a total import value greater than $US100, you'll need to declare it at Customs.
If, when entering or exiting Vietnam, you have 'addictive medicine' (medicine that can be used for the treatment of addiction) or 'psychotropic medicine' (medicine used to treat anxiety, depression, insomnia and other conditions), you must not have more than the quantity prescribed by a doctor for seven days (addictive medicine) and ten days (psychotropic medicine).
You'll need to present the prescription (and medicines) to Customs.
The prescription must be in English or Vietnamese and include your name and age and list the name, volume and dosage of the medication(s).
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