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Doctors are often stereotyped for their undecipherable handwriting. And Pharmacists seem to be the only people who are skilful enough to decode illegible prescription scripts.

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How do they do it? EB Inglis called on listeners to share their theories.

I think they look at the behaviour of a person... If they're holding their head then they know that this looks like a headache...

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My dad is a Pharmacist and I can confirm that his handwriting is just as bad as any Doctors, and that is probably how he can read a Doctor's handwriting.

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I'm convinced that some Doctors write with their left toe!

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Listen below to all the hilarious responses below and finally the answer to why Doctors have messy handwriting in the first place!

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