I experienced TSA in a whole new way on my recent trip to New York. It was a long trip so I had to bring 3 injections of Enbrel as well as Maddie's liquid Naproxen. I called Delta and the TSA ahead of time to find out how to get through security with a cooler, frozen gel packs, syringes, and a large bottle of liquid medicine. I was told it wouldn't be a problem, just to inform the TSA agents what I'm carrying and let them know I don't want the syringes to go through the x-ray (a recommendation from TSA over the phone). Well it turned out not to be that easy. I informed the TSA that I had liquid medication and they said to send it through the x-ray. Because I wouldn't let them x-ray the Enbrel I had to undergo a full pat-down. And then I got a lecture for sending the liquid through the x-ray (different agents, obviously not communicating too well). My husband went ahead and took the kids to find our gate so I didn't have Maddie with me but had her medicine, which TSA thought was suspicious. You know, you can never win. The funny thing is after the full pat-down they never did open the Enbrel case and look at the syringes. I could have been carrying anything in that case and they would have never known.