In this video of the English Conversation Topics series, I take you through an English conversation for speaking to a doctor when you are sick.
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Video Transcript: English conversation topics: At the doctor
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At the doctor
A: Hello, David.
B: Hello, Dr. Smith.
A: What can I help you with today?
B: I’m experiencing nausea.
A: Do you have any other symptoms?
B: I have a bad headache too.
A: Have you thrown up at all?
B: Yes, last night and again this morning.
A: Do you still feel like vomiting?
B: My stomach still feels upset.
A: Okay, what about your head, do you still have a headache?
B: Yes, it is very painful.
A: How would you describe the pain?
B: It feels like someone is squeezing my head really hard.
A: Okay, I’ll prescribe you something for the nausea.
B: Okay, thank you.
A: For the headache, take some paracetamol and get some rest. Come back if it doesn’t get better.
B: Okay, I will. Thank you for your help.
A: No problem. Hope you feel better soon.
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