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    I am shocked you can buy co-codimol as I tried everywhere to get hold of some when I had my sciatica in June and July. I was told only hospitals could prescribe it yet my local hospital would not give it to me despite me asking (and showing my empty prescription box from my GP). I could buy Ultracet in Watsons which has 37.5mg of Tramadol per tablet but taking Tylenol worked better for me. The lady arrested did indeed have about 137 tablets which were for her boyfriend; how she came by that many and probably also without a prescription was her downfall. I believe having a prescription should see you OK but if it is banned it is better to check with the authorities. I doubt they would be too happy with foreigners bringing in marijuana even if they got it on prescription for medicinal purposes.