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MOUTH ULCER OET SPEAKING ROLE PLAY SCRIPT

Patient

Your preparation time is over. You can now start your role play. Don’t worry if I stop you when the time is up.

Thank you for your cooperation patricia. I understand that these mouth ulcers are really bothering you. Let’s talk about it. Can you tell me some details of your mouth ulcers?

Patient

Yes nurse, They started about a week ago and I’ve had them several times now.

Thank you for sharing that. Have you experienced any injuries or trauma to your mouth recently?

Patient

Well I did burn my mouth on some hot soup last week but I didn’t think it was a big deal.

But Patricia, that could be a contributing factor. Let’s explore a bit more. Could you tell me some information about you? Like general health habits, oral hygiene, etc.?

Patient

Of course. Generally I am well and healthy. I am not under any medications. I don’t smoke But I do enjoy a glass of wine occasionally. As for oral hygiene I try to brush regularly.

Good to  patricia. Have you noticed any other symptoms or changes in your daily routine?

Patient

No, I neither have any other symptoms nor any changes in my daily routine.

Patricia Let’s delve into the diverse causes of mouth ulcers. Accidental biting of the cheek or lip is one potential contributor to ulcers. Another factor to consider is injury from hard bristled toothbrushes or overly vigorous brushing can lead to ulcers. Chemical irritation from toothpaste or mouthwash is yet another aspect. Along with the consumption of hot food or drinks has the potential to induce burns in the mouth contributing to ulcer development.

Additionally, stress and hormonal changes represent significant overarching factors. Patricia from our discussion could you identify any of these elements that resonate with your experience?

Patient

I have been brushing carefully. No I haven’t experienced any of these issues. I’m not aware of any problems related to accidental biting toothpaste or hot food and drinks. Stress and hormonal changes also don’t seem to be a factor in my case.

Thank you for your information patricia. I understand that dealing with mouth ulcers can be quite distressing. Let’s explore some possible causes for your ulcers. Sometimes they can be a result of stress or poor sleep. But other factors like vitamin deficiencies, certain medications or even hormonal changes might play a role. It’s essential to maintain good oral hygiene to help alleviate the discomfort.

Consider gentle brushing using a soft toothbrush and try saline gargling to promote healing. Staying hydrated is also crucial. It’s in the healing process and prevents further irritation. I hope it is clear to you. Do you have any questions or concerns?

Patient

Well nurse, I understand your words. I want to get rid of these ulcers. What do you suggest?

Definitely patricia. The best option is that I’ll arrange an appointment for you with the doctor. In the meantime continue with the remedies we discussed. And if the pain persists or worsens don’t hesitate to reach out. The doctor will discuss the treatment options in detail and address any other concerns you might have. Can I book an appointment for you?

Patient

Yes, you may Please.

Thank you for your consent. Is there anything else you’d like to share or ask?

Patient

No, I think that covers it.

Before concluding, let me summarize what we have discussed. I understand that these mouth ulcers are bothering you. They started about a week ago following a burn from hot soup. Despite careful brushing and no other significant changes the ulcers persist. We explored potential causes such as accidental biting toothbrush, abrasion, chemical irritation, hot food stress and hormonal changes.

However, none seem to directly apply to your situation. Considering this it’s crucial to maintain good oral hygiene with gentle brushing and sailing, gargling, staying hydrated and addressing potential stress factors. While I’m here to help I recommend scheduling an appointment with the doctor for a thorough examination and personalized advice. In the meantime continue with the remedies discussed And if the pain persists or worsens don’t hesitate to reach out.

I’ll arrange an appointment for you and the doctor will discuss treatment options and address any concerns you might have. Does that sound clear? Patricia.

Patient

Yes, Thank you Nurse.

You’re welcome Patricia. Take care and I’ll make sure the doctor gets all the information for your appointment. If you need anything in the meantime don’t hesitate to contact us.

Patient

All right. That is the end of your old speaking role Play. All the best.

Thank you.

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