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Anyone with #allergies have a #tattoo? #foodallergies #nutfree #epipen #anaphylaxis #eczema
Not with allergies but my 17 year old has her diabetes medic alert bracelet tattooed on her wrist.
Same I've got a tattoo saying type one diabetic with symbol on wrist
I have tatoos... My daughter does as well. She has severe allergies and uses an epi-pen as needed. Now a tatoo to identify allergies or conditions is a good idea. I'm type 2 diabetic, asthmatic etc.
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