I'm sorry to hear that you are not feeling well.
Shall I call a doctor for you?
Hope you'll recover soon.
Do you have any diarrhea?
I've got an upset stomach.
Do you have pains now and again?
Do you fee I nauseated?
Have you any fever or any other symptoms such as a sore throat or a cough?
I hear you are not feeling well today, what's wrong?
What's wrong with you?
How long have you been like that?
How about your appetite?
Did you take any medicine?
My friend is unconscious.
And any other symptoms?
Can you get some medicine from the drug store for me?
Should I call a doctor?
Could you please take me to a hospital?
What exactly is wrong?
Do you want some medicine?
I have a terrible headache. Can you bring me something for it?
Shall I send you to see a doctor?
Doctor, is my trouble serious?
How do you feel?
Let me take your temperature. Well, you don't have a fever.
Are you allergic to any medicine?
Does the medicine have any side effects?
How often do I need to take the medicine?
Can I continue my trip?
Do I have a temperature, doctor?
Do I need an X-ray?
The toothache is simply unbearable.
I think I'm having a heart attack.
You look terrible. What's the matter?
That's too bad. I'll get some medicine for you right now.
I am the in house doctor, what can I do for you?
When did you upset your stomach?
Is it a colicky pain?
How often do you have to go?
Well, this is simply traveler's diarrhea. It usually clears up in a few days. I'll give you a prescription.
Just give it to me, I will have it filled.
Mr. Black, please take the medicine according to the instructions.
If it doesn't get better, you can send for me—but it will—I'm sure.