"Hi, [Patient], this is [Anon Doc]. I got a message that you called."
"Yes. I am feeling very hot!"
"Have you taken your temperature?"
"Yes, it's normal."
"Have you been feeling okay otherwise?"
"I guess so. But my stomach is bothering me now. I think because I am hot."
"Are you drinking enough fluid?"
"I don't know. Why am I so hot?"
"Have you been outside?"
"No, I've been inside."
"Is it too warm in your house?"
"Yes, the air conditioning is broken. I called the repairman, but he isn't here yet."
"So it is hot in your house. And therefore you are hot."
"And you called me... why?"
"Because I don't want to feel so hot."
"You're feeling hot because you're in a hot place. Go somewhere with air conditioning and you'll feel better."
"But I have to wait for the repairman."
"Okay, this isn't a medical problem. Keep hydrated. You're hot because you're in a hot place. Go to a cooler place."
"Can you prescribe me anything?"
"So you won't feel so hot?"
"Can you call it into the pharmacy?"
"No. Go somewhere cooler. Have a good day, and feel better."