Spiked blouse from Forever 21 / Messenger bag from Asos / Denim shorts from Necessary Clothing / Lace shoes from H&M
A month ago, I got bitten by a mosquito and it ended up swelling up like mad into a disgusting blister after an allergic reaction. I ended up spending Canada Day in the most Canadian way possible -- in a walk-in clinic with my free healthcare. So here if you plan on being a doctor, here are some things that your patients don't want to see/hear:
- Please don't walk into my appointment wearing a Polo and Nike runners. I need the comfort from the authority of a lab coat.
- After I tell you what's wrong, don't ask me how I want to tackle it. You're supposed to tell me. That's why I'm here!
- Don't ask me whether I want oral antibiotics or a cream. Then when I ask what works better, don't go into another room "to check"...I assume you're on Google/Wikipedia.
- "Oh hey, maybe it is infected!" is not an effective form of diagnosis.