When my daughter flew to Ontario this summer we had to pack her paste, drops, and powder in a baggie and tell them before it went through the scanner that it was medical supplies. Same with her meds had to be put in a baggie. The only thing that couldn't be packed in her carry on were the scissors she uses for cutting the flange. We even got a letter from her dr for her to carry but they still removed and inspected and tested her stuff for illegal drugs with a cloth type thingy. It was really embarrassing for her. I think maybe security was having a boring day that day? I know she had no problems flying back.
The airline websites outline the guidelines for such questions. Hope you have a great trip.
Mom to 5 special children
14yr old- GAD, PTSD, ODD, LD
12 yr old- Crohn's Disease-total Colectomy Feb 09, PTSD, Dystymia, JRA, Asthma
11 yr old- Globally Developmentally Delayed, Low Cognitive Functioning, PTSD
10 yr old(almost)- Epilepsy, Unspecified Social/Emotional Disorder, PTSD, LD
32mth old-Bright and Happy