Me: hey what's this weird lump?— Felix Felicis (@LuckoftheDraw86) December 2, 2015
WebMD: could be cancer.
Me: it's a raisin stuck to my elbow...
WebMD: you have two weeks.
me: don’t google your symptoms bc it will just give you more anxiety— bethany (@bethughny) April 4, 2016
also me: well i have the black plague and 14 tropical diseases
Me: ok brain, it's bedtime, goodnight— May Keith (@maytelljokes) September 9, 2016
Brain: WAIT! Why does your armpit feel weird? GOOGLE LYMPHOMA SYMPTOMS!
Why would I pay to go see a doctor when I already pay $40 a month for wifi and can just google my symptoms?— Mal (@mallory_30) October 13, 2016
I accidentally typed my symptoms into IMDB instead of WebMD and it told me I have Gary Busey.— Goats? (@Gooooats) October 3, 2014
self diagnosing via the internet:— uguubear 🍊🐻 (@uguubear) February 25, 2016
>you have cancer
>read symptoms you don't have, suddenly start having said symptoms
Here's a pro tip, don't google your symptoms when you're ill, makes you start thinking about what song they're going to play at your funeral— Brandon (@brandonbrockh) August 10, 2016
He died doing what he loved: typing his symptoms into WebMD instead of going to the doctor— ristolable (@ristolable) July 6, 2014
WebMD would be more accurate if every search result diagnosed you as a hypochondriac.— the 'dwayne ''the rock'' johnson' rock (@mugkip) July 12, 2011
Me: I know exactly what's wrong with me, Doctor.— 〰 Just Linda 〰 (@LindaInDisguise) January 16, 2015
Dr: I told you no Google. You Googled, didn't you?
Me: One TINY Google.
Did you know ancient Egyptians used pomegranate to treat infections? Although modern research has focused on pomegranate extract, the juice shows promise: It may help your body fight bacteria and several kinds of viruses, including the flu. https://t.co/gTHpjxLErm pic.twitter.com/xEETsXVu9h— WebMD (@WebMD) September 22, 2019
typed my symptoms into webmd and turns out that i just need to fucking rave— richee🍍 (@richeepeace) September 8, 2019
"It's been three years since my WebMD diagnosis told me I had one month to live, yet here I am defying the odds everyday." — Michigan State— Yik Yak (@YikYakApp) January 23, 2015
rip to all the people who have the common cold and are about to google their symptoms and have webMD tell them they have the coronavirus— Jordan Lancaster (@jordylancaster) January 28, 2020
There are also some great ‘playlists’ for older kids- and making creative memes or videos might get kids to ‘invest’ in this great long term habit!— Hansa Bhargava, MD (@HansaBhargavaMD) March 11, 2020
Ppl are like “oh haha funny meme ‘did chlorine write this’ lol” - they actually did this is again not a joke.— Jessica Huseman (@JessicaHuseman) May 16, 2019
Antibiotics should indeed not be used for the flu or the common cold. Strep throat is a bacterial infection though so antibiotics are indicated.— Dr Grandayy (@grandayy) February 9, 2020
"WebMD could convince me I'm a newborn baby." — Loyola University— Yik Yak (@YikYakApp) September 9, 2014