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Hello everyone, I have a lot of medication, and some are just on an as needed basis, so I need to keep
them nearby most of the time. I also need to keep a blood sugar meter, and a few other medical essentials
and emergency supplies/records.

I've been having a hard time with this considering I am not the type to carry a purse.

I was wondering if anyone else has to carry things with them, and if so.. how?
What type of bag do you use?
I've tried using a cross body msngr bag (low profile) but people look at me as if I were trying to steal something
(I guess because it falls at the waist/hand area) IDK, but lately I've
been thinking maybe if I used a small backpack that wouldn't be an issue..

Anyone else carry a  backpack all the time?
I just don't want questions or funny looks.
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Re: Carrying a bag/backpack with your medical supplies/emergency items
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2014, 05:46:55 AM »
I don't carry such things around with me. But did you ever see the likes of a men's shaving bag. It would be like a zipped up holder. Not as big as a bag or a purse. Might be able to fit it in your pocket. That is my suggestion.
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Re: Carrying a bag/backpack with your medical supplies/emergency items
« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2014, 06:07:56 AM »
Another idea would be a soft-sided, small camera case with a wristlet handle to just wear on your wrist.....looks like a small wallet without the compartments.  Meds would fit perfectly
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