Hi, I am Anjali Prakash Dalwadi. Always have believed that “The Capacity of the brain is that as of space.”
Being a medical student i would like to share few word’s ….everyone thinks that our life will be settled once we are doctors. People says its easy to become a doctor…But the pain we pass through no one knows. After going through the entrance, we are enrolled in a medical institution.
The ragging phase and the introduction phase to our seniors we all freak out because these all are the new experience. We are surrounded by new people and a new place trying to somehow adapt to our environment. The morning lecture and afternoon practicals become an integral part of our life. After a full day of tiredness, we try to manage to read because it’s our dream to be a doctor and serve the nation and fulfill our mom and dad’s dream.
Anyway, we manage to get out of this, and then comes the burden of exams
. The semesters’ omg never knew that medical will be so tough. After studying for day and night, we don’t even remember what we have studied. During exam time, caffeine level increases to the maximum in our body. Those entire restless nights and those
eyes only to pass the exam. In the exam we try to write every possible thing we remember.
In the Viva, adrenaline levels rush out in our bodies when we are waiting for our turn to come. It’s very difficult to express our knowledge to external and internal. We are super freaked out and nervous
. Then the basic phase is somehow completed and the clinical phase starts. Haha, the first time we feel that we are doctors because we are going to take history with patients and do their examination. But after getting scolded for many times that your history taking was not so satisfactory our feeling that we are doctor also vanishes
Lastly I would like to say “Life is good with the starched white coat, and the stethoscope. But there is a hitch”