Dialogue Examples 7 - At The Pharmacy


A Pharmacist and a Customer

Pharmacist: Good morning. How can I help you?
Customer: Good morning, I have this prescription.
Pharmacist: Let me see. Okay, I think we have it. Let me get that for you...
Pharmacist: Here you go.
Customer: Oh, Thank God. You are the fifth pharmacist that I have asked for it today.
Pharmacist: I am glad that we can help you.
Customer: Thank you, and can you tell me how I should use it?
Pharmacist: Certainly! You need to take these pills once a day before you go to sleep.
Customer: Okay, how long do I need to take them for?
Pharmacist: Ten days for this one. It's important that you finish all the package, if you forget to take it at night, you need to take two in the morning.
Customer: Okay, is it safe to take with aspiring?
Pharmacist: No, you can not take aspirin while you are on this, no painkillers allowed.
Customer: I see, are there any side effects?
Pharmacist: Rare but possible drowsiness, dizziness, blurred vision, upset stomach, nausea, nervousness, constipation... It is recommended that you avoid physically demanding activities after taking this; also no driving.
Customer: Oh, now I see why I should take it before I go to sleep.
Pharmacist: Exactly!
Customer: Well, okay then. Can I pay with my card?
Pharmacist: Sure! that will be $14. Is there anything else I can help you with?
Customer: No, that would be all, thank you.
Pharmacist: You are welcome, here is your receipt.
Customer: Thank you for your help, have a good day.
Pharmacist: Thank you, you too.

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