A travellers allowance (personal use only) for prescription drugs that are not classified as narcotics:
(European Economic Area consists of the 27 EU countries, and Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.)
A travellers allowance (personal use only) for medicines that are classified as narcotics:
To find out if your drugs are listed please contact the Medical Products Agency.
How do I certify that the medicine is for my personal use?
You must be able to certify that the medicine is for your personal use, either by producing a written certificate from your doctor or veterinary surgeon, or by showing the chemists label. Both your name and the name of the prescribing doctor or veterinary surgeon must be on the label.
If you live in a country within the Schengen area and are being treated with narcotics, you must in some cases bring a certificate from the relevant authority in your country of residence when travelling to another country within the Schengen area. If you bring more than one type of narcotics you must have a separate certificate for each narcotic. You may bring in the equivalent of up to 30 days use.
Syringes and needles
You may bring in syringes and needles (for personal use only) if you can certify that you need them by, for example, showing us a certificate from your doctor.
Performance-enhancing drugs refer to:
Performance-enhancing drugs may not be brought to Sweden unless they are for medical or scientific use.
You may bring in to Sweden a medicine that is classified as a performance-enhancing drug (for personal use only) but only sufficient for fourteen days use.
Please contact the Medical Products Agency to find out more about performance-enhancing drugs.