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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

medical alert necklace

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Hope Paige Medical I.D. Market Place. All opinions are 100% mine:)

I had an anaphylactic episode after taking sulfa/sulpha antibiotics, several years ago. I'm so thankful my daughter was home and drove me to our local emergency center. She saved my life! I've been wanting a medical alert. I just received my medical alert necklace  to review from Hope Paige

medical alert necklace from Hope Paige
This dog tag is super stylish, and it can save my life! The front is printed with the silver caduceus, to catch the attention of emergency personnel. 
The back is printed with my allergy information. Engraving is free & customizable, and the ball style chain is adjustable for a perfect fit.
Hope Paige makes medical i.d. products for men, women and children including watches, bracelets, and necklaces. They have so many design choices including gold & silver, celebrity and awareness designs, leather, beads, charms, and sporty para-chord, rope, nylon, and rubber. You can even design your own. 
My niece is anaphylactic to tree nuts, and now I can give her a cute medical alert gift. Do you have a loved one who needs a medical alert? 
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  1. I love this..My husband is Diabetic and needs a new necklace...I will be checking out this company for sure. Thank you for sharing with us at Party in Your PJs

    1. Awesome. I may be getting a discount code for my readers. I'll message you, if I do:)

    2. Hello again, the discount code, sweetvintage, is good through October 14, 2014:)

  2. These would make great gifts for those with medical conditions. Thanks for sharing this on Merry Monday.

  3. Thank you for sharing this post at City of Creative Dream's City of Links last Friday! I appreciate you taking the time to party with me. Hope to see you again this week :)

  4. Great idea! I worked with a lady who was allergic to penicillin (as in, it would cause her throat to close up), so she wore a medical alert bracelet all the time.

    Thanks for sharing on Hump Day Happenings!

    1. Yes, thats me with sulfa! She's very smart to wear that:) Thanks Megan