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Re: [IP] MedicAlert



I was browsing the fifty 50 pharmacy online and I saw some neat medic alert
bracelets for kids.  They were different colors and affordable.  I remember
thinking that I wish they had those when I was dx.
Melissa
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ryan Suchy" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Sunday, July 02, 2000 2:19 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] MedicAlert


> I don't think it would be cheaper to go to the jewelers.  I went there to
> price medic alerts for my husband and son.  Let me tell you I would croak
> before putting a $140 piece of jewelry (the cheapest one they sold) on my
> two year old.  If you just want links, you might check it out, but if you
> want the whole thing, I would suggest somewhere other than the jewelers.
> Unless of course she is VERY responsible with her jewelry. (But I know I
> wasn't when I was ten).  Good Luck!
> Kristin
>
> > Time for a new bracelet for 10yo Summer - her original one is getting
> tight.
> > Questions:  is it cheaper to go to a jeweler (we have the cheapie) and
get
> > some links put in, or get a new one altogether.  Also, her current one
> only
> > has "diabetic, insulin dependent" on it.  Shouldn't it say Pumper?
Also,
> do
> > any of you use an ankle bracelet instead?  Do you think medical
emergency
> > people would see an ankle bracelet?  Thanks for input.  Holly
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