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  • :))) Mine was made to say I have an Anapylaxis Alert and I got it from a company online called EDITED and they start from $3.95 and they are the stretchy ones that seem to be in fashion these days..

    Take the time to have a look at the site as it offers 100's of different options.


    Edited URL - Dave, Spine Health Administrator
  • Ive been debating on getting one for meself. The usual pennicillin allergy, but what I was curious of is two things,
    Can I stick the injurys to my back on there? I been handled pretty roughly due to my large frame and worry bout inadvertant, accidental agravation of any injurys due to wee paramedics(Bless them all!)
    and two..
    what about a Thumbdrive with your history on it?
    git all the records about yourself on a chain round my neck , so doc can do a quick see on me.
    I realize the responder/hospital may not allow foreign devices plugged in, but...
    Thank you guys!
    William Garza
    Spine-Health Mod

    Welcome to Spine-Health

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  • I have been wearing my bracelet and have been able to update any changes online with great ease.
    I have a wallet card, a stickier on my car, a refrigerator magnet all alerting anyone who does not know me that I am have medic alert.
    This service is reasonably priced and has given me peace of mind.
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