I cannot tell you the several times I have looked at medical ID jewelry and to be honest even thought I “should” wear it, I don’t because most of it just does not look feminine to me.
When my son became very ill at the end of October because of his diabetes and was admitted into the hospital it became pretty clear to me that it was time for him to wear a medical ID.
He is diabetic, insulin dependent and has a blood disorder called Thrombocytopenia. I started looking online to see what I could find and use as a nice gift for him as well.
I was so glad I found StickyJMedical, they have a ton of medical ID jewelry items that are perfect for almost anyone. There are sections for women, men, kids and even some for specific conditions.
As I started making my holiday shopping list I thought about who in my life could use a really neat piece of jewelry that could save their life. I have many people around me that have different conditions that could use these. My dad also has Thrombocytopenia and that means that his platelets are very low and he could bleed to death in case of a major trauma. If an emergency doctor gave him clot busting drugs it would be catastrophic. He is the first on my list.
I got my son Joshua these great medical ID bracelet that he now wears all the time. It makes us all feel better!
It also has an adjustable band on it that makes it easy to take on and off for showers and hand washing! He has worn it about a week now and says he will never be without it again. I am thinking of buying a few more of the bands to go with it.