Creating Medical Conversations

Hey there, I’m looking for a long-term tutor to help me create different types of example conversations in medicine that I will use for my machine learning studies. I’m looking for someone with an appropriate medical background and an excellent command of the English language.

No AI or plagiarism.
No references are required, but if a website is used, copy and paste the link under the answer. No APA or formatting is required.

Test Topic – Cough, Ambiguous
400 words approx
$10 for each case; fixed.

Please read below for detailed instructions and examples.

This task will be a trial case; please only bid if you’re willing to help me on a regular basis.


Each conversation will consist of 3 questions and 3 responses.
The first question will be constructed of three sentences – two of these sentences will be background information. The final one will be the actual question.
The following two questions will follow up on the content in the prior responses. They can be any length, ideally one or two sentences maximum.
Questions will be written in first person, as though a patient or someone is asking something about their health, problem etc

The responses will be at least 100+ words each, so 3 x 100+ responses.
Each of the responses will end in a line or two stating that the person should go to see their healthcare provider/doctor.
The final structure will look like this:

Question 1 – [3 sentences ending in a question] Ambiguity/Non Ambiguity Variation.
Response 1 – 100+ words, including a sentence about them seeing/consulting a doctor
Question 2 – [Follow-up question, can be more specific]
Response 2 – 100+ words, including a sentence about them seeing/consulting a doctor
Question 3 – [Follow-up question, can be more specific]
Response 3- 100+ words, including a sentence about them seeing/consulting a doctor

I will give you a topic; and tell you whether it needs to be a Ambiguous or non-ambiguous.

Example: Ambiguity – yes: Give me a list of meals that are high in protein The answer may vary depending on the user’s allergies or dietary restrictions.
Ambiguity – no: Name the symptoms of human rabies.

This is an example of what I would expect to receive.

Topic – Abdominal Distention; Ambiguous
Question 1 – My abdomen has been larger than usual this week. I’ve become increasingly worried. What could be causing this?
Response 1 –
I’m sorry to hear that you’re feeling like this.

There may be several reasons why your abdomen is distended, depending largely on your past medical conditions and any potential ailments from which you might be suffering. Issues localized within the abdomen, like inflammation and infection, can also lead to its distention as a defensive mechanism. Localized structures can enlarge and cause symptoms, and fluid can accumulate as well, as seen in ascites or enlargement of the aorta.

If you’re concerned about these symptoms or suspect they could be serious, it would be best to consult your local health provider. They can evaluate you and aid you in managing your symptoms based on any underlying diagnosis.

Question 2 – Tell me more about ascites.

Response 2 – Ascites is a condition involving fluid accumulation within the abdomen. This fluid forms because the liver isn’t working as it should. This can occur due to prolonged damage, such as from alcohol excess, or as a result of infections and immune responses.

The fluid will progressively enlarge within the abdomen, pressing on structures and causing worsening symptoms. These symptoms might include poor blood flow to the heart, leading to shortness of breath, dizziness, and palpitations.

Ultimately, the underlying cause of this symptom needs to be identified and managed. A short-term solution might be to drain the fluid, a procedure which can also be diagnostic.

If you’re worried that you may have ascites, you should consult your local health provider so they can fully assess your condition and help in treating your symptoms.

Q3 – What diagnostic tests and assessments should I undergo for ascites?
R3 – There is a dynamic approach to understanding the underlying causes of ascites, which although can be initially undertaken in primary care, will likely require a referral to a specialist service.

Initially, a physical examination can help understand the volume and impact of fluid after its accumulation is identified. The next step would be imaging to understand whether an obvious cause is present; this can be specific to the liver with ultrasound or more generalized with a CT scan of your abdomen.

Laboratory testing can be helpful in understanding the current levels of liver function and any build-up of toxic materials. Some of the fluid can be drained and analyzed to understand its biological makeup, which can often add value to the diagnostic process.

It’s advised that you involve your healthcare provider who can guide and assist you in investigations for ascites.