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"Making it easier for people to have their emergency life saving medicine On them at ALL times"
Epipen_Pouch_Leg_OurStory ] The challenge of securing having the  Epipen® next at all is not easy until you have
to do so. After buying every product I first think would do the job this is what I
have learned:

Medicine Pouch for the purse  or a backpack: Carrying the Epipen®works in  as
long as you it on your shoulder at all  friend you end up putting the bag down on a
corner chair or a table.  In an emergency can you be 100% sure that you can find
the bag with the medicines in less than a minute? What if someone moved it and
placed it somewhere else as it often happens?
  • Fanny Packs:  No matter how many I buy and how many styles I try, wearing
    a fanny pack is a great idea but for me it only works when I go to the park or
    to a place like Disney World.  They work  if you are wearing super casual
    clothing like shorts.  My husband and kid don't like to wear them, no matter
    how sporty looking they are because they don't like tucking in  their t-shirts,
    and if you don't  they could be quite bulky.  

  • Carrying case/pouch with clip-on hooks:  These work as long as you hook
    them to your belt, but having it hanging off your waist makes it a constant
    conversation piece.  Every time I hook one to the outside of a bag or on my
    waist it's like becoming a walking advertisement billboard which is OK, but
    sometimes you just don't want all conversations to be about allergies.

  • Men with Bags:  No matter how much they try, men are  not wired to carry a
    bag, and if they do, they usually don't remember where they put the EpiPen in
    the bag or even worse yet, where they left the bag.  

The turning point when I realized I "really" had to develop a medicine carrier that
could be worn discreetly and comfortably for long hours was the day our son had his
first school dance.  He wanted to dress semi-formal and didn't want to wear cargo
pants with big pockets.  He put on a nice pair of pants but the Epipen didn't fit in
his pockets.  He decided to  take a bag with him  for the Epipen.  The minute he
got off the car he put the bag in the first open locker he found..husband what most
teen and young adults do,  so finding a solution became a necessity.    

One day while preparing to go out biking,  I saw my husband and son struggling to
find a place to put the  Epipen®.  My husband was trying to put them inside his
socks but they kept falling off. This is how the idea of designing medicine pouches
that could be carry on the legs, arms, ankles, and/or wrist was born. After two
years of testing different designs and materials on kids and adults,  LegBuddy™
and AsthmaPal™  became
"a solution to a need come true". ....
OmaxCare Products
Food allergies include  peanuts, nuts, milk,eggs, wheat, soy, seafood. Please remember if you have severe food allergies the most important thing is to
avoid exposure to the allergens, and since accidents do happen, be prepare and have your life saving medications with you.
omaxcare co-founder
omaxcare co-founders
living with food allergies
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