How the Chronically Ill Really View Doctor’s Visits



Lauren Rowe is one of our favorites at Cystic Fibrosis News Today. We love her positive outlook and ability to see the funny side of living with cystic fibrosis.

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In the latest video from Gifted Life, Lauren takes a humorous look at the different ways chronically ill patients and non-chronically ill patients act when visiting the doctor’s office.

Urine samples, conversations about stools, and getting undressed are so common for chronically ill patients that they barely bat an eye, whereas those who don’t see the doctor on a regular basis may be slightly more guarded and embarrassed about such topics.

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