Do you have some kind of energency identification that says youre a betic?

so ive heard some people have tattoos. ive been thinking of getting one, but didnt really know what to get. hearing that idea, i think ima do that.

at the moment i wear Dog Tags. they list: 1. my name
2. birthdate
3. blood type
4. religion
5. DIABETES INSULIN

heres a picture.




so im curious as to know what others use, if anythingm and hope that those that dont use any form of ID get an idea for one. if you like my dog tags you can create your own here on this site:

www.armydogtags.com

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I wear bracelet ID from Ebay seller. Great quality and price. Also he makes any length. Here is web site.http://stores.ebay.com/Medical-Bracelet-Medical-Jewelry

A friend got me a leather bracelet from Sticky Jewelry, and an identification card that goes in my wallet, as well.  It was quite reasonable compared to a lot of places...  http://www.stickyj.com/medical-emergency.html.  I also follow these kind people at http://www.N-StyleID.com, on Twitter, and they have nice things... and apparently are going to be having some good deals here pretty soon, for the holidays, like free engraving, so keep an eye on them...

I have a Medicalert bracelet, because I have multiple medical conditions and drug allergies, and I take a bunch of meds, so it wouldn't all fit on a dogtag. But I still have my mother's dogtag from WWII when she was an Army nurse! :-)

My cool guitar pick necklace just broke so I have to get it fixed. 

I have a tattoo... that says Insulin Dependent in a banner, here's a picture :D

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