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Old May 28th 2017, 11:31 am   #1
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Hi All,

Below I have translated some common statements too either put in your wallet (for emergencies) or when communicating with health care workers, clinics, hospitals, etc.

Simply COPY & PASTE, and/or printout, the statements below that you would like to e-mail and/or present in person, or have just in case of an emergency. They are designed in a 'one statement' at a time manner whereby you can either select (copy and paste) only those you need to e-mail or printout the whole lot so that you (or a friend) point to them in person at a hospital or example.


Smoking

I Am A Smoker

Dohányzok


I Smoke 20 Cigarettes A Day

20 Cigarettát Szívok El Naponta


I Smoke Around/about 20 Cigarettes A Day

Körülbelül 20 Cigarettát Szívok El Naponta


I Do Not Smoke

Nem Dohányzom


I Have Never Smoked

Soha Nem Dohányoztam


I Used To Smoke....twenty Years Ago

Dohányoztam......20 Évvel Ezelőtt


I Have Just Stopped Smoking.....last Week/month

Leszoktam A Dohányzásról.....múlt Héten/egy Hónapja.


I Have Not Smoked For Twenty Days/years

Nem Dohányoztam 20 Napig/évekig



Drinking

I Do Not Drink Alcohol

Nem Iszom Alkoholt


I Have Never Drank Alcohol

Soha Nem Ittam Alkoholt


I Drink 5 Pints A Day

Naponta 5 Pintet Iszom



Medicine/Drugs

I Do Not Take Drugs

Nem Kábítószerezek/drogozok


I Have Never Taken Drugs

Soha Nem Használtam Kábítószert/drogot


I Do Not Take Medication / Medicines

Nem Szedek Gyógyszert


I Am Taking Metformin

Metformint Szedek


I Am Taking Metformin - 500mg A Day

Metformint Szedek - 500 Mg-ot Naponta



Health Conditions

I Am Diabetic

Cukorbeteg Vagyok


I Have Had Two Heart Attacks Already

Már Két Szívrohama Volt


I Have High Blood Preasure

Magas Vérnyomásom Van


I Have Asthma

Asztmás Vagyok


I Am Alergic To Peanuts

Allergiás Vagyok A Dióra


My Dad Had Asthma

Az Apám Asztmás Volt


My Mum Had Asthma

Az Anyám Asztmás Volt


My Parents Had Asthma

A Szüleim Asztmásak Voltak.



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Diabetic

Cukorbeteg


Smoker

Dohányos


Non-smoker

Nemdohányzó


I Drink Alcohol

Iszok Alkoholt


High Blood Preasure

Magas Vérnyomás


Weak (poor) Heart

Gyenge Szív


One Heart Attack

Egy Szívroham



Medication

Metmorfin 500mg Per Day

Xyz 10mg Per Day
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Old Jun 1st 2017, 10:43 am   #2
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Thanks for this. I have been pondering for some time about what to do about asthma inhalers. I sometimes get asthma but only at night, so I can't present myself to a doctor showing symptoms. Not a problem in UK as they can see from my notes that I've had asthma all my life. I still have a nearly empty inhaler that should have been used by November 2014 but that won't last much longer.
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You should get a Medical Certificate and/or some sort of Doctor's Note from the UK (or wherever your non-HU residence is), in English, that mentioned your medical history and then have it OFFI translated. Present it to the HU doctor who may then give you a prescription for an inhaler. Better still, hopefully your HU doctor speaks English......

Q) Why are you not getting a new inhaler from your non-HU residence? I am assuming you are fully HU now, medical-wise? Also, is there not alternative remedies for those one-off nights of discomfort?
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Szeged - many thanks for putting this together, very helpful.
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Q) Why are you not getting a new inhaler from your non-HU residence? I am assuming you are fully HU now, medical-wise? Also, is there not alternative remedies for those one-off nights of discomfort?
I would guess that I'm only eligible for emergency treatment with an EHIC card now in UK, as I don't have a residence. My cottage in Scotland is rented out so is not available for my use. I pay my 7100ft per month to be in the Hungarian health system but have so far only used it to get a tooth extraction. I did go to the GP appointed to my village a few months ago but he does not speak a word of English. I was told about an English speaking doctor in Marcali and went there (well over an hours drive) but it was closed. As usual, the surgery hours on their website bear no relationship to those posted on the door of the building!
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Fidobsa - I have made a letter for your doctor - You can print it and show it to the doctor as well as email it. If you need additional info added, just ask.


Dear doctor

I occasionally suffer from asthma in the night time. Although I am not using an inhaler all the time, I need a new inhaler because my old one has expired. If it possible, I would like you to give me a prescription for a new inhaler.


Tisztelt Doktor..nő/úr!

Esetenkénti asztma rohamtól szenvedek, éjszaka, ezért amennyiben lehetséges, szeretnék kérni receptet inhalátor vásárlásához. Habár nem használom állandó jelleggel, csak amikor szükséges, még szükségem van egyre, a régi szavatossági ideje lejárt.
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Thanks Szeged, I will give it va go.
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