too dope to cope (terrorgore) wrote in linguaphiles,
too dope to cope
terrorgore
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Hello linguaphiles!

Sorry for the "how do I say" post, but it's vaguely urgent - any help is much appreciated!

I need to ask a pharmacist/chemist in Macedonian for antihistamines, & any other help they can offer re: being covered head to toe in mosquito bites that you are experiencing a mild allergic reaction to.

So, something along the lines of:

"Do you have antihistamines, or something else I can take for the swelling? I think I am allergic"
"Do you have any cream I can put on them? They are pretty sore!"

If there are no Macedonian speakers out there, although I know they are different languages it would be awesome to have a Bulgarian translation instead!

Many thanks & much gratefulness in advance!
Tags: bulgarian, howdoyousay, macedonian
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