About Me: Female, 17, Darwin, Australia, member since Jul 2009
When I was a young girl I had bad asthma, but over the years it has gotten to a near vanishment. I am ony 13 years old (In 2009). I am worried about my health and my close friends and family. I have lived the majority of my life in Darwin, Australia. My mother anf grand
[More]father are heavy smokers which worries me everyday.
I saw your comment on Medical allert bracelets in the asthma tracker, I made the decision of creat one of my own a word file which I keep constantly updated with everything from my next of kin to my medicatons -all 22 of them, and private health insureance detals, doctors details the works; In an emergancey 2 pages of text could be the diffrence needed to safe your life- do it it's worth it just use a usb on lanyard.I've probabley boared you silly, PUt it thgis way, Your pearents are not going to yell at you if your for thought to do this saves your life.
Good luck with the asthma- Mines certonly giveing me heaps at the moment!
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