What's the matter with you?
What's your trouble?
What seems to be your problem?
I have a terrible toothache.
Tell me how it got started.
I had a runny nose.
I have a sore throat.
My nose is stuffed up.
I began to run a fever.
I feel pain here whenever I drink something cold.
I feel dizzy.
My tooth is killing me.
I don't have much of an appetite these days.
It's a sharp pain like someone is sticking a needle in my tooth.
I'll give you some cough medicine and some antibiotic pills.
Take this medicine three times a day.
A: Good morning. What's the matter with you?
B: Good morning, doctor. I have a terrible headache.
A: All right. Tell me how it got started.
B: Yesterday, I had a runny nose. Now my nose is stuffed up. I have a sore throat and I'm afraid I've got a temperature. I feel terrible.
A: Don't worry. Let me give you an examination first. Let me take a look at your throat. Open your mouth and say"ah"
A: Your throat is inflamed. And your tongue is heavily coated. You have all the symptoms of influenza.
B: What am I supposed to do then?
A: A good rest is all you need and drink more water. I'll write you a prescription.
B: Thank you very much.