What do I need to know about traveling with XYREM?
You can avoid problems when traveling with XYREM by using these tips.
Getting ready for your trip:
- Always take enough XYREM for your entire trip. Contact SDS Pharmacy if you will need a refill before the end of the trip.
- Always keep XYREM in its original bottle. The pharmacy label must be on the bottle. Take your dosing cups and liquid measuring syringe.
- Only take as many XYREM bottles as you need for your trip. Store any bottles you leave behind in a secure place.
- Carry your XYREM on the plane with you. Do not store XYREM in checked luggage.
- If traveling by plane in the U.S., check with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). The TSA can tell you how to travel with medicines. Contact the TSA at www.tsa.gov or call the XYREM Success Program at 1-866-997-3688.
- If traveling outside the U.S., be aware that XYREM may be subject to a different set of laws in other countries. The pharmacy label must be on the bottle. Bring a note from your doctor. The note should say that you have been prescribed XYREM for your medical condition.
During your trip:
- When you arrive, always keep your XYREM in a secure place. Make sure your second nightly dose is placed in a secure place close to your bed. Keep your XYREM out of reach of children or pets.
- Do not forget your XYREM when you are packing to return home.
- If you forget your XYREM or need a refill when in the U.S., call SDS Pharmacy at 1-866-997-3688. If you are outside the U.S., call SDS Pharmacy at +314-918-6600.
- Call SDS Pharmacy if you have any other questions about traveling with XYREM.
What do I do if my XYREM is lost or stolen while traveling?
If your XYREM is lost or stolen while traveling, report it to the local police right away. Also report it to SDS Pharmacy.
If you have questions, concerns, or need advice regarding XYREM while traveling, please call 1-866-XYREM88 (1-866-997-3688).
Talk with a XYREM Patient Connection Mentor
The XYREM Patient Connection program provides an opportunity for you to talk one-on-one with a mentor who has been diagnosed with excessive daytime sleepiness and/or cataplexy with narcolepsy, and has been treated with XYREM.