Originally Posted by Kordie
I am sure I will figure out a way.
Nothing stops me anymore.
In the US, drugs like morphine are very tightly regulated. As a physician, if I prescribe "a lot" to an individual, I will get into situations that could result in the loss of my license
to prescribe drugs: obviously not something I'd want to do.
Likewise, I see a lot of people in the emergency
department who are drug-seeking: Trying to get opiate drugs for a variety of vague, ill-defined and unprovable symptoms. All physicians have to deal with it, and we have a sensitive detector for it - so walking into a clinic with a story about how you were prescribed opiates in Aus isn't going to go over too well - at least except in terms of originality.
What I'd suggest is have your physician correspond in advance with physicians at your ports
of call, advising them of your specific diagnosis and prescription needs. Getting the drugs will then be easier, and you will also have a documented history
of getting and using appropriate amounts of the drugs in different countries. BTW, attempting to walk into a clinic with a letter from a physician in another country (even an English-speaking one) won't work without prior contact that can be verified.