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Gaeilge

Irish Medical Terms

Gradiam

Ag caint leis an dochtúir...talking to the doctor

  • Conas tánn tu?- How are you?
  • Conas a bhraitheann tú?- How are you feeling?
  • Cad atá ort?- what’s bothering you?
  • An bhfuil tú ag teacht chugat féin?  – Are you recovering?
  • Cad a tharla duit?- what happened to you?
  • Nílim rómhaith – I’m not too good
  • Ní rabhas ag braistint rómhaith – I wasn’t feeling great
  • Caithfead dul fé scian go luath / Caithfead obráid a bheith agam –  I must go under the knife soon/have an operation
  • Bhain timpiste dó/di –  He/she had a accident
  • Dheineas coinne leis an dochtúir – I made a appointment with the doctor
  • Dhein sé an brú fola a thástáil – He did a blood pressure test
  • Tá airtríteas sna lámha agus sna cosa (orm) –  I have arthritis in my hands and feet
  • Tá tinneas cinn orm – I have a headache
  • Tá mo ghualainn ag cur amach – my shoulder is at me
  • Tá an ailse air – he has cancer
  • Bhuail taom croí Seán – Sean had a heart attack
  • Tá an galar dubhach orm –I’m depressed
  • Tá rua agam – I have shingles
  • Thug sí oideas dom – she gave me a prescription
  • Thug an poitigéir cógas leighis dom – The pharmacy gave me medication

Baill Coirp

Body Parts
Treatments

Cóireálacha

  • patient othar
  • doctor dochtúir
  • nurse (ban)altra
  • plaster cast I bplástar
  • plaster bindealán
  • recovery biseach / ag teacht chuige
  • physiotherapy fisiteiripe
  • counsellor comhairleoir
  • ambulance othar -charr
  • pharmacy cógaslann
  • medicine cógais
  • tablet piolla
  • inhaler análóir
  • ointment ungadh
  • vaccine vaicsín
  • injection instealladh
  • dose dáileog
  • exercise aclaíocht
  • losing weight meachain a chailliunt
  • meditation machnamh
  • yoga íoch Íoga
  • counselling comhairleoireacht
GP Surgery in Dingle, Ireland

Clinic Cois Abhann

Uaireanta Oscailte
Surgery Open Hours

local doctors cover via Southdoc (0818 355 999) when closed