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Mymedibag® is a hard-case insulated medication bag with personal identification and medication cards.

It has been specifically designed to carry and protect your essential medicine such as asthma inhaler, EpiPen®, anapen, auto-injector, diabetes medication, and much more.

Mymedibag is made from durable lightweight heavy duty fabric, which makes mymedibag very light to carry in your bag but safe for your medicine.

Great for day-care & school, holiday & vacation, sport time and workplace!

• Sizes in cm: 17.5 (L) x 7 (W) x 3.5 (H)
• Weight: 100 gr
• Hardcase with internal insulation
• External hook lock

• External pocket for identification card (card included)
• Internal pocket for medication card (card included)
• Strong loop on back for attaching to belt
• Adjustable and removable belt (optional)
• Ideal for epipen, anapen or other epinephrine auto-injector

EpiPen® is a registered trademark of Mylan Inc.  Mylan Inc. does not sponsor or endorse the products referenced or sold on these web pages. 

Allergy Apparel™ is not liable for misuse of the medication used.

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  • 5

    Posted by Ricardo S on 6th Aug 2017

    I really like this case. It protects my daughters EpiPen's very well it's nicely insulated made of quality product. I like the fact That it is rigid, and has the option to carry it on the belt.and has an elastic inside to secure the epipen. and I would recommend it to anybody that's looking for nice Case that isn't cheap, but is for a long term investment. Therefore, it pays for itself.

  • 5
    Great product for 14yo boy

    Posted by Katie on 19th Jun 2017

    I purchased this for my 14-year-old son. He's been carrying his EpiPen himself for several years, but it wasn't easily findable in his bag, and he often forgot to take Benadryl with him when he used a different bag. This has room for his EpiPen, a few Benadryl tablets in their blister packaging, and the contract that his school requires him to carry. I'm optimistic it will be a good solution to keep everything together for him when he starts high school in the fall.