IN PERHAPS THE LEAST CONTROVERSIAL MOVE YET TO EXPRESS THEIR MEDICAL INFORMED CHOICES, people around the country have added medical alert tags and bracelets to their bling to make anyone attending to their medical needs aware that they are, say, allergic to pencillin.
CELIAC – NO GLUTEN
DRUG ALLERGY – NO PENICILLIN
FOOD ALLERGY – PEANUTS
AUTISM – MAY NOT RESPOND/COMPLY
VON WILLEBRAND – BLEEDING RISK
So, how about
MERCURY SENSITIVE – NO VACCINES
ALUMINUM ALLERGY – NO VACCINES
SEIZURE RISK – NO VACCINES
PATIENT CHOICE – NO VACCINES
To me, this seems like a logical and perhaps necessary step for anyone who is concerned that they might be vaccinated while unconcious, or that their child may be vaccinated.
Why? Well, the first reason is freedom of choice, which is the law. The second reason is that some people are, in fact, hypersensitive to mercury, and some are allergic to aluminum. Why pediatricians do not perform an aluminum patch test for allergy prior to injecting aluminum into their patients is a baffling mystery.
Medical ID bracelets are obvious, but tags can be worn around the neck – and EMTs, ER personnel and others are trained to check for tags to help assess a person’s possible medical condition. A person laying unconcious may be a diabetic coma, for example.
I don’t have any endorsements to make for providers, but here are some that I found that offer various options:
If you have a favorite source or type of bling, or if you think this is a good, or bad idea, feel free to post in the comments.
Allison Park, PA