You need to have your drugs in containers with Rx info on them. For T, the box with the label, showing your name. The date needs to be recent, not old. Biggest issue is when you return. You can take an empty vial in Rx box, with some preloaded syringes. When you return, you have discarded empty vial and syringes.
hCG does not travel well, take more before you go and coast.
Take adex in Rx container or enough to finish before you return.
T is federal schedule III can can create some unwanted attention if not presented properly. hCG is not federal schedule III, but is in several States. Anastrozole is not schedule III. In any case, with recent Rx labeling you will not have any problems. hCG needs to be kept cool and not shaken, taking a full vial that is all at risk of degradation is not wise. You can take hCG in loaded syringes in a diabetic travel kit. Keeping hCG in a hotel room refrigerator is not stealth. Alternatively, one can use Nolvadex 10-12mg EOD while on the road, if pituitary is responsive.
if traveling with injectables that need to be kept cool, present kit with its gel-pack to TSA screeners and tell them its drugs that need to be kept cool. Never had them want to see. With injectables, you have the right to open the kit for them to inspect and not have them touching your injectables kit or contents. Box with Rx will not fit in kit, or pill bottle, so you can keep them outside of the kit to present if needed. They should be in a plastic back with the diabetic kit. You will not be keeping a secret from your travel companions.