Why You Should Wear a Medical Bracelet: Hope Paige Medical ID Bracelet (Giveaway)

We never wish to be in a position where there is a medical emergency. But every second counts so it is crucial to be prepared for anything.

If you do have certain health conditions, one of the simplest ways to make sure that you will be taken care of in an emergency situation is to wear a medical ID bracelet or necklace. Wearing a medical bracelet gives healthcare providers the information they need quickly to treat your condition.

In recognition of American Diabetes Month during November, Hope Paige will be giving away three (3) medical ID bracelets to readers. Through Medical ID Marketplace, Hope Paige has offered functional and stylish medical ID bracelets since 2003. Medical alert jewelry offers people the opportunity to protect themselves without feeling like their condition is branded on their skin.


Nearly 26 million American have diabetes, which can lead to a number of other complications and conditions. Many times, diabetic shock leaves patients unable to respond, so it is vital that loved ones and medical personnel know how to respond. Medical ID bracelets can help make the most of valuable time in a healthcare emergency.

Enter To Win

Hope Paige’s medical ID bracelets can offer fashionable peace of mind for anyone who suffers from severe allergies, heart conditions, diabetes and many more conditions.

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Comments

  1. Kathy says

    I need one for me! I am on blood thinners and I keep meaning to get one, but seriously, once my kids need something, I forget!

  2. Jenn says

    My daughter and my son wear them! They both have extremely bad asthma and we have a very long history or Malignant hyperthermia !

  3. Dawna Tetteh says

    I’d want this bracelet for myself. I’m a diabetic, and most medic alert bracelets aren’t very fashionable.

  4. gisselle martin says

    Being a type 1 Diabetic for 16 years now (i am 28 now), i understand the dangers of this condition and just how important and life changing one of these bracelets can be. I would love to win one for myself,, in hopes that maybe someday something so cute and fashionable can save my life.

  5. Mary Jane D. says

    Would love to get one for my daughter with food allergies, medicine allergies and asthma. Thanks for the chance.

  6. Pam Holladay says

    I need one for me. I have Stage 3 Lung Cancer and A port,I also am Factor Five. I keep meaning to get one but other things seem to keep coming up.

  7. Wendy Dodge says

    Now that my daughter is 17, and driving on her own, it is imperative that she wears a medical ID to let any potential emergency responders know that she has type 1 diabetes, an eosinophilic blood disorder and a whole host of other medical conditions. I am always looking for new and trendy medical ids that she will be happy to wear, and that are well made so they last a long time! Thank you for your awesome designs!

  8. Tammy Williams says

    I need one for myself. I am a diabetic, but more than that, I have had to be resuscitated before. My doctor then told me that every time I have surgery I will get fluid on my lungs and that surgeons need to be notified before hand. A bracelet with this information could save my life.
    Thanks

  9. Danielle says

    I would love a gorgeous bracelet for my daughter, Jocelyn, who is nine and was diagnosed with Type 1 (Juvenile) Diabetes! :)

  10. Jennifer H. says

    For my 8 year old daughter who has type 1 diabetes, asthma, allergies to cats and dust, eczema and is also adhd with odd. I can’t afford to get her one.

  11. Roberta Merchant says

    It does not matter what your medical condition is. You just need something to alert EMS that you have a condition, especially if you cannot do so. A nurse told me about how not having an ID bracelet almost killed her. So I’ve worn one since then.

  12. caryle cox says

    Both my 14 year old and 15 year old daughters are diabetic. We’ve been meaning to get some sort of medical alert. Thank you!

  13. says

    I need this bracelet to show my students that it is important to share medical information it could save my life and create public awareness to decrease medical misunderstanding like that one here in Vegas, I am not drunk I am a Diabetic. Don’t rush to judgement.

  14. Thais says

    I actually need two of these. One for my mom who has a serious heart condition and takes over 12 prescription medications a day. My dad is diabetic and having some serious health issues for which he takes about 8 medications a day. They are both seniors.

  15. marie italiano says

    was in a car accident and didn’t have a bracelet on, i got lucky and one of my neighbors stopped and told emts of my conditions, i have diabetes, addison’s disease, take blood thinners, etc., was in addisonian crisis they wouldn’t have known about, without bracelet again, slipped off.

  16. says

    I would give this to my son. He has worn his medical id on his shoe since he was diagnosed with an endocrine disorder at 4 months old. He is finally getting to an age where he could wear jewelry. We have been searching for something comfortable for him to wear. I am really glad you are doing this. This jewelry can really be a life-saver.

  17. Juanita Rawling says

    I would like , for me , I been a Diabetes for 6 year , I had 80 percent my pancreas due to small tumors.. It’s had affected me with other health issues..
    I have limited money coming in , social security don’t get much to live on.

    • Juanita Rawling says

      I would like , for me , I been a Diabetes for 6 year , I had 80 percent removed my pancreas due to small tumors.. It’s had affected me with other health issues..
      I have limited money coming in , social security don’t get much to live on.

  18. ANGEL JACKLYN says

    EITHER MYSELF OR MY DAD. MORE THAN LIKELY MY DAD. OR MY GRANDMA. THEY BOTH SUFFER FROM DIABETES & MY DAD HAS A HEART CONDITION ON TOP OF IT ALL… YES… I WOULD FEEL SELFISH USING IT FOR MY OWN ISSUES. THEY’RE BOTH MORE LIKELY TO CROAK BEFORE ME ANYWAY.

  19. Mel says

    I would like a bracelet for my daughter, she was diagnosed with type I diabetes a year and a half ago. She is an awesome young lady and I am proud of how well she has handled it.

  20. Michael Torrence says

    Showing your support by giving away three bracelets? Really? American Medical ID is giving away tens of thousands of Diabetes bracelets in a real show of support. Check it out… facebook.com/AmericanMedicalID

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