Diabetes is obviously a common topic in the clinic, but how do your conversations go in Spanish? Do you ever wonder what is the best way to say things like “unexplained weight loss”, “numbness and tingling” , “sugary drinks” in Spanish? In today’s lesson you’ll learn diabetes terminology in Spanish and how to ask a handful of open ended questions about common signs and symptoms of diabetes in Spanish.
This Medical Spanish lesson focuses on discussing signs and symptoms of Diabetes in Spanish. We share some vocabulary to talk about the most common symptoms of Diabetes and how to ask important questions to your Spanish-speaking patients.
Here is the Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes in Spanish lesson I taught to the Facebook group:
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NEED TO URINATE OFTEN – Necesidad de orinar con frecuencia
WEIGHT LOSS – Pérdida de peso
LACK OF ENERGY – Falta de energía
EXCESSIVE THIRST – Sed excesiva
|¿Siente que tiene mucha sed?||Do you feel like you are very thirsty?|
|¿La boca siente que está seca?||Does your mouth feel like is dry?|
OTHER SYMPTOMS – Otros síntomas
MORE SYMPTOMS – Más síntomas
Study these signs and symptoms of diabetes in Spanish vocabulary and phrases with these flashcards
I put together a Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes in Spanish vocabulary list and set of notes that includes this information in an easily downloadable .pdf – Get your copy for free today!
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