Here’s a little advice for the general public:
If you meet someone who wears a MedicAlert-style bracelet for a medical condition, do not take that as an invitation to engage in idle chit-chat about their problem.
Especially to give them gratuitous advice on how to deal with it.
Most particularly do not take it as an opportunity to shill your “herbal remedies” crap at them.
And most certainly not when your victim is in a work environment where they are not free to tell you to take a flying fuck at a rolling doughnut — they don’t care to discuss personal matters with perfect strangers.
Thank you for your consideration.
(Clarification: my colleagues are well aware of my medical issues; the people I am grousing about are members of the general public who see the bracelet, she the description engraved upon it (it’s not a true “MedicAlert” bracelet), and immediately want to start discussing it. As stated below, the bracelet is solely there for emergency use, and not as a conversation piece. Unless I’m in distress, it should be politely ignored, like a big hairy mole or a hunchback.)