What I Look For in a DIABETES Medical ID!

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Check out the 5 things I look for when choosing a Diabetes Medical ID!! 🙂

(This video is sponsored by American Medical ID and I was provided the Medical IDs free of charge. As always, all opinions are honest and my own.)

American Medical ID: https://www.americanmedical-id.com/

Sleek Bands: https://www.americanmedical-id.com/stainless-steel-sleek-medical-id-bracelet.html

Heart Necklace: https://www.americanmedical-id.com/sterling-silver-heart-embossed-necklace.html

More about Diabetes Medical IDs:
https://www.americanmedical-id.com/diabetes

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20 Comments

  1. Vivian Jennifer

    Meeting Dr IGUDIA YouTube channel was the beginning of a new life for me after using his herbs medication in curing my Diabetes disease.

  2. Pico Pinales

    Im getting mine soon i have I have R arthritis and i though i to get one

  3. Steve Blackman

    I own the flex band endorsed in the video and purchased it because of its sleekness and band selection. However I am not smart enough and find changing of the bands to be very difficult. Is there a video on simplifying this process?

  4. CALLOFDUTYWWII

    i got the myid medical bracelet i'm just like you i love comfort and nothing that leaves marks on my wrist i got myid for christmas and the best thing about myid you can put all your medical info on it and if it changes you can go to your account and change it without having to get a new Bracelet

  5. Charlie Herman

    When my grandmother died I inherited her 14k gold medic alert bracelet. I had it re-engraved and resized. I wear it every day and I’ll never take it off. It reminds me of her and Ill cherish it forever

  6. Robin Mitchell

    I want to change the topic…how long is your infusion set tubing? I am a newbie to this and got the longer. If it is too long can I trim it? What do you use length wise??

  7. Zach Carson

    I have a tattoo on my right wrist! I'm personally not the biggest fan of jewelry as a whole and feel like I'd lose it, so I went that route.

  8. VAMobMember

    If you have a tablet or smart phone you should start a document with all sorts of information that Doctors, Hospitals, aetc are always asking for

  9. amber hill

    Aww there a dog and thanks for the video so my 5 year old have asthma really bad he born with it and it got a lot worse he stop breathing and I was thinking about the bracelet for him if I was not there

  10. Jake Jake

    Look up on YouTube, cops beating diabetics..

  11. Kyle Phillips

    Tattoo here. Cant forget it at home

  12. Toby Duke

    After going into a Diabetic coma and only just survived after 3-weeks in intensive care get a tattoo on my wrist showing that I am a diabetic

  13. Amanda Grempel

    My husband found MyID sleeve for me. It slides onto my IWatch and can be scanned for all my medical/contact information. It’s super convenient and I forget it’s on my watch which I wear everyday.

  14. Kay & Bell Studios

    Thank you so much for making these videos Danica!! ❤️ They are so helpful and I love watching them! 💕 I’ve been watching your channel since I was diagnosed which was a couple years ago, and you really helped me! 💖 (also I wanted to say that I love your bolus pictures in the background!✨)

  15. Heather Stiles

    you can get a road id that goes on your apple watch or fitbit band!! my favorite

  16. Paul Sorensen

    I've had type 1 for 52 years. I worked landscape construction and lost a lot of necklaces and bracelets. In 2003 I got a 'Diabetes' tattoo. It has been a lifesaver for me. Permanent and impossible to lose. I always carry more detail in my wallet.

  17. Ant Ville

    i love the rubber ones i also have Australian medical id one but have to keep cleaning it as i have issues with the Mendel part but the bracelet part is made of a rope like material

  18. Charlie Hodder

    Hi Danica, have you ever considered medic alert ids? Which you can personalize the back of it, and you gets a id card as well. Keep up the great work! 🙂

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