Okay, the answer will probably be no, but let's give it a try.
I ran out of a certain medication. For some reason it's difficult to get in HK, which is strange seeing in other countries you can even get it OTC.
Went to a clinic in HK (will not name them) who had it in stock. Before I went I asked for the price for 6 months supply. Price was reasonable. Once I arrived, they gave me the invoice and it was the quoted price x10. I asked for an explanation. First the gave the excuse by saying I was a man (the though I was a women. I only contacted them by e-mail, my name can be confusing in Asia), so the dose is higher, which explains the higher price. Complete bs. All three of them apologised and were recalculating... I walked out, didn't pay.
In BKK (well known clinic) the same mediation is 1/10 of the price quoted in HK. Same brand, same doses, but for 12 months. If I fly to BKK, stay one night in a hotel, pick up the medication, it is still cheaper than buying it in HK. Travelling is a bit inconvenient for me at the moment.
Has anyone tried importing medication for personal use? I did it back in 2018, and it passed customs without any issue. Tried it again last year, stuck at customs. From what I know you need a special import license for medication.