After serving 20 years in the Navy, Autrey shares her healthcare experience and tells how she deals with Chron's Disease.
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Wanda Autrey: More about Crohn’s Disease and the medical advancement that concerns personnel with the Crohn’s Disease and how they is it any extensive research and medication change because the only thing that has help me to recover is Prednisone and other have something other that steroid to be treated with. As it direct to related to Crohn’s Disease we have to go into the GI clinic and the GI clinic is so difficult to come in on a regular basis like when your knees, when you try to come if you don’t already have an appointment sometime you have to wait like three or four months only way you can get any help is go to the emergency room and sometime that may you won’t see a GI specialist which we need to be talking directly with someone that works directly with Crohn’s Disease. Well, I’m a volunteer service of – I see good things and bad things or even. But I didn’t realize that women state on have as much of. Support is to me is having deal to a medical center where I’ve been bless, I been able to get and go to the women’s clinic but most women go to the women’s clinic so therefore they don’t see the different avenues and they don’t have nothing to compare with there healthcare about going directly to women’s clinic.