I am almost positive you can carry the enemas in your carry on because it is medicine. As others said definitely keep them in the box with the prescript
ion info on it. They sell larger oversized ziplock bags. I find I use the ziplock bags to pack any and all carry on stuff into. If they do a check of the contents in the carry on it is so convenient for the inspector to lift out the ziplock bags to see what is in there.
I use ziplock bags for anything that can
open, spill etc in my luggage as well and have been spared a few problems along the way due to the weight of suitcases piled on top of each other.
For the first time in all the years we have been travelling, none of our bags arrived on our plane -- fortunately for us it was our return trip home and we got them delivered about
24 hours later. If it was at the beginning of the trip and I had any kind of necessary items in there it would make for some anxious moments.
61 yr old male~Colitis 1st diagnosed Jan '05-cleared up within a few wks. Flared again in May '06 (now UC) & hospitalized 5/07-currently heading towards a remission. Osteopena of spine from prednisone DX 8/07 Oct 07 feeling quite normal most days. 150mg Imuran 2 1/2 mg prednisone & tapering, 12 Asacol, Lidocaine Hydrochloride Jelly 2%,multi vitamin, iron 1X day, DanActive, chewable calcium, Prilosec 20mg, enalapril 10mg, glipizide 5 mg, zocor 40 mg, baby aspirin, (Fentanyl pain patch 50mg 72 hrs Morphine Sulf 15 mg twice daily)Cortifoam enema PM, Canasa suppositiry AM, folic acid 1mg, Fosamax 1x month