I had not previously put much thought into this. I really only ever linked the thought of id bracelets to diseases like asthma, diabetes, allergies, or for geriatric needs. The more I thought about this, though, the more relevant I think this subject might be for me. Especially now that I am on an extra two medicines. That brings my medicine total to ten medicines. Ten! That's a lot of possibility for drug interactions in, and of, themselves. Throw in some emergency care at a hospital that doesn't have my information and that just spells complications! Yikes!
There always seems to be a stigma out there that medical id bracelets are clunky or plain. And I have found that not to be the case as I casually checked out websites who specialize in them.
I may have to put more thought into this issue and let you know what I decide. In the meantime here are some really cute medical id bracelets and links to where I found them...
Sticky Jewelry. Cute!
Or this one from Lauren's Hope.
ID For a Cure also donates a part of their proceeds to chairities and research facilities who support people with various medical conditions.
**Disclaimer** I was not paid to promote any of these websites. I honestly, am just blogging about them because they make some great options for people who don't want to be stuck with a plain id bracelet. All the pictures belong to the websites.