Never ever say this as a doctor trainee!
As a doctor trainee, there are certain sentences you should avoid saying to maintain professionalism and ensure patient trust. Here's a list of sentences to never say:
"I have no idea what's wrong with you."
"This procedure is no big deal; it's super easy."
"You probably don't need that medication; it's just a placebo."
"I'm so tired. Can we reschedule this appointment?"
"I'm not sure if I can handle this. Can someone else take over?"
"I saw a similar case on TV once. Let's try that treatment."
"You'll be fine. Just trust me, I'm a doctor."
"Your previous doctor must have been incompetent."
"I don't believe in alternative medicine. It's all nonsense."
"You're just being dramatic. It's not that painful."
Remember, maintaining a compassionate and professional approach is essential when communicating with patients.