Saying that you're sick...

How does French speakers proof that they're sick or have pain?

For example : I have a cold, I have headache (a toothache, stomachache, earache....)

November 1, 2016


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    I have a cold : Je suis enrhumé. J'ai un rhume. J'ai la crève (informal).

    I have a headache : J'ai mal à la tête. J'ai des maux de tête.

    I have a stomachache : J'ai mal au ventre. J'ai des maux d'estomac.

    I have a earache : J'ai mal aux oreilles. Je crois que j'ai un acouphène. (I think I have a tinnitus).

    I want to puke : J'ai envie de vomir.

    I have muscle soreness : J'ai des courbatures.

    Names of disease :

    Asthma -> Asthme

    Heart attack -> Crise cardiaque

    Diabetes -> Diabète

    Allergy -> Allergie

    November 1, 2016

    Oh, merci beacoup!

    November 1, 2016

    'Je ne me sens pas bien' is I'm not feeling well. 'J'ai mal à la tête' is I have a headache. I think tootache is 'mal aux dents' but I'm not entirely sure.

    November 1, 2016


    November 1, 2016

    toothache can be translated into French by: "(un) mal de dents", "(j'ai) mal aux dents" or "(une) rage de dents" (the last one describes a stronger pain).

    November 6, 2016

    I am sick = je suis malade. I'm not a hundred percent sure though

    November 1, 2016

    Of course that's true!

    November 1, 2016

    Douleur is pain... I think :) If french is anything like spanish, you might be able to say

    "Douleur d'estomac"

    but I'm not 100% sure

    November 1, 2016

    Yes, I confirm you can say that, as long as your stomach is where you feel pain. ;)

    November 6, 2016

    Thanks anyway.

    November 1, 2016
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