It means that their health is improving, rather than getting worse. Sometimes it's meant to refer to improved health that has more to do with the will of the person than the medicine they are receiving.
I'd say somewhat, yes.
Comment allez vous? (how are you) Or if you meant to translate "what did the doctor say", it is " Qu'est-ce que le docteur a dit?"
a person is suiffering from a disease if you go to the doctor and the doctor tells you that you havea disease
The word for a doctor is "Isha", and such a person is addressed as "Sensei", like a teacher would be.
You just say it. Say what you want, how you felt about the person, what they meant to you and how you will miss them. This is for you, not them. Hopefully, the person knew how you felt while alive.
yeh like if she likes someone and she is embarassed to say then she might say no in front of the person when she ment yes .
I believe your doctor is the best person to ask for assistance. No matter what other people may say, your doctor is the most knowledgeable person about your body.
As we were not there we cannot say what he meant.
What I Meant to Say was created on 1995-10-23.
"what I meant to say" is 'ce que je voulais dire, ...' in French.
Normally it is meant to be effective say 99% but it does occur on a 1% rate. If you do want to get pregnant though you always consult your doctor.
Ask your dermatologist. It is different for each doctor per person.