Spanish Phrases for use with the Doctor
Listen To At The Doctor Spanish Phrases
Getting sick and going to the doctor is a fact of life. The phrases on this page will help you communicate with a doctor in the Spanish language. You'll learn how to say where it hurts, if you have a fever, and how to make an appointment if you need to. You'll also learn to recognize common phrases
If you are a medical professional or medical student you can use the Spanish phrases on this page to learn to talk with your Spanish speaking patients. And by listening to the included audio file, you'll hear the exact pronunciation for all the phrases on this page.
- ¿Donde te duele?
- Where does it hurt?
- Tengo un dolor del abdomen.
- I have a stomachache.
- You can use this phrase to describe where you feel the pain in Spanish. -- Just replace stomach with any other body part that has pain.
- Tienes una fiebre de 102 grados.
- You have a fever of 102 degrees.
- Another word that is used to say fever in Spanish is calentura
- Mi niño tiene una cortada en el brazo.
- My son has a cut on his arm.
- You can also say su brazo instead of el brazo, to clarify that the cut is on the arm of your son.
- Me duele la cabeza.
- I have a headache.
- Dieta y ejercicio te ayuda a mantener la salud.
- Diet and exercise helps maintain good health.
- Termina toda la medicina recetada.
- Finish all of the prescription medicine.
- This phrase is commonly seen on the prescription medicine bottle.
- Tu presión de sangre esta bien.
- Your blood pressure is OK.
- The good news you want to hear from the doctor.
- Quiero hacer una cita con el doctor.
- I want to make an appointment with the doctor.
- The Spanish word cita is a powerful word that can mean appointment, meeting, and date depending on the context.
- Regresa a verme en dos semanas.
- Come back and see me in 2 weeks.
- Famous line often heard from the doctor. To say something will happen in 2 weeks, say en dos semanas.
- ¿Tienes un doctor familiar?
- Do you have a family doctor?
- This is an important question that you might be asked, especially when visiting a doctor for the first time.
- Esto no te va a doler.
- This won't hurt a bit.
- Famous line from the doctor -- good example of expressing something that will (or won't) happen in the future.