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Old 01-21-2011, 04:28 PM #1
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Hi, My husband and I have been searching for companies that have an alternative to traditional medical id bracelets. We found *edit* and have to say it has been our saving grace. Our 16 year old son refused to wear a medical id bracelet until he bought one of their bracelets. To say the least, we are sleeping better knowing that he has an id that he will actually wear. If anyone can recommend other alternative companies let me know. Thanks, Lucy8
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Hi, My husband and I have been searching for companies that have an alternative to traditional medical id bracelets. We found *edit* and have to say it has been our saving grace. Our 16 year old son refused to wear a medical id bracelet until he bought one of their bracelets. To say the least, we are sleeping better knowing that he has an id that he will actually wear. If anyone can recommend other alternative companies let me know. Thanks, Lucy8
I wear mine everyday. I need to get a new one since I have recently stopped taking some of the medications listed on it. The website I went to is American Medical ID. They have bracelets,necklaces and dog tags.
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