Has anybody been to http://www.medicalidfashions.com yet - very cool stuff - not expensive and worth every penny!

By sash201 Latest Reply 2011-06-26 08:17:06 -0500
Started 2011-02-06 16:18:47 -0600

I needed to wear an id bracelet and went here (I liked the one I had gotten so much that I went back and decided to get a few more of them from here- for work, casual and for dressy occasions). They are totally interchangeable and absolutely beautiful and so different than others I've seen. Just so you know, I rarely find things that I really, really like so when I do I just want to tell the whole world about it!

I would like to suggest to others who also need to wear a medical id bracelet, go to see these.

After a bad experience of not wearing one when my Dr. recommended I should have been wearing one, now I do think it is really important to wear one- and now I wear one and my Dr. is delighted that I do)-

If you do order from them, let them know what you think because they are really out to please their customers. I needed mine customized more in terms of size and they were really sweet about it.

I am very happy with my bracelets and the company itself and wanted to tell everyone about them.

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meaning of gray
meaning of gray 2011-06-26 08:17:06 -0500 Report

just ran across this discussion and am heading to the site now. i'm supposed to be wearing alerts for several things…i go into anaphelexis w/contrast dye, penicillin, and sulfa meds. insulin dependent diabetic, and more recently (june 15) i had a gastric electric stimulator implanted for diabetic gastroparesis and cannot have MRI's, or ultrasound and SO many other diathermy/magnetic things (btw, if anyone else has had issues w/gastroparesis i would love to talk to you!) long story short, i am looking for medical alerts that have to be specifically engraved, and that can run into the hundreds of dollars, which is a joke to me as i am on disability. thank you for the valuable info!

Mrs. Alilce
Mrs. Alilce 2011-02-17 13:38:47 -0600 Report

My diabetic consulting nurse says a bracelet or alert is important. In case of accident or injury, paramedics might think we're drunk and carry us to jail instead of the hospital.

Aaron1977 2011-02-08 20:14:53 -0600 Report

Another member of this website has a tattoo stating they are diabetic. I've been considering this since i saw it a couple weeks ago

GabbyPA 2011-02-07 15:27:34 -0600 Report

There are a lot of sites out there that offer ID's. The important thing is to make sure you have one on at all times.

Cari Lee
Cari Lee 2011-02-06 18:27:10 -0600 Report

Sorry, sash201, I thought MewElla wrote this. Eyes r going bad, I guess. LOL
Maybe I'll ask for glasses for VDay.

MewElla 2011-02-06 16:27:38 -0600 Report

I wear a medical id bracelet which is the standard type that have always been around. These are very modern and different, something to think about since they all have the standard medical id format. They do have some pretty ones.