Patient: I've just been feeling terrible. I'm very busy. I'm taking tonics and things. It used to come _______ go, but now stays put. I can imagine everything. It all started nine months _______.
Doctor: When did you get _______ the stage when it was not getting any better?
Patient: A month ago. When I was _______ vacation, I felt fine. When I got back, I felt groggy again. It comes and it goes.
Doctor: How do you feel _______ it is bad?
Patient: I sleep badly. I imagine everything _______ the sun.
Doctor: Well, what specifically do you think of?
Patient: I think _______ cancer. The pain doesn't stay still. It moves _______ top to bottom.
Doctor: Do you have pain _______ you are worrying?
Doctor: Do you have it _______ night?
Patient: Yes, I wake up _______ it and can't sleep again.
Doctor: What else have you noticed?
Patient: I've lost _______ few pounds.
Doctor: How's your appetite?
Patient: Quite good usually, but yesterday I couldn't eat a thing. When I feel really low, I can't eat anything. People _______ work have noticed I'm not well.
Doctor: You are 59 _______ a commercial artist. Have you any worries?
Patient: No. The boss _______ times is a bit grumpy, but...
Doctor: Are you usually cheerful?
Doctor: Have you felt low before?
Patient: Yes. I came here. I had palpitations.
Doctor: Has anything started this _______?
Doctor: What about your urine? Do you get up _______ the night?
Patient: I get up once.
Doctor: And your bowels?
Patient: All right.
Doctor: Do you smoke?
Patient: 15 cigarettes _______ day.
Doctor: Have you had any serious illness _______ the past?
Patient: Appendicitis _______ I was 15.
Doctor: Do you suffer _______ headaches?
Patient: No, not normally.
Doctor: Are you married?
Doctor: Has your wife noticed _______ changes?
Patient: I'm depressed and tearful. Nervousness runs _______ the family. I've two brothers and three sisters all _______ nerves.