The minute a Dr. gives you a prescription for a an Epipen (or Auvi-q) get the injectors and start teaching your kid to self carry their epinephrine. Are they going to feel different or weird because they need to carry epinephrine ? Yes they will, but better safe than sorry. My son is now a teenager and the best thing I did as a mom was not only to teach him to self carry the Epipens but also made it a rule . You can't go out of the house without shoes...right? Same with the epi's.
As your child grows older, with your help and supervision, carrying their epi's becomes a habit. Start by helping them find an epi carrier they feel comfortable with and make sure it attaches to their bodies. Cargo pants are great, and undergarment belts or a leg holster are even better. The WaistPal is a winner among students because it helps them discreetly conceal the auto injectors.
Every person that has anaphylaxis allergies needs to carry an epinephrine auto injector ON them at all times. Today there are numerous epi carriers available to do so. No excuses! Nothing safer than having the Epipens (or auviq) on you.
The #WaistPal and other discreet modern cool looking #Epipen and #AuviQ #carriers that are great for school students as young as 5 years of age are available at: Amazon Store , Yahoo Store
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