No, the symptom checker DOES NOT provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment recommendations, and is not intended to be used to inform or drive management of any medical condition.
If you choose to submit details about your symptoms in the app, the information returned to you is general reference information about possible medical conditions. It is not personalized, and no practitioner is involved in providing the information.
Our information services are not a substitute for a doctor or other healthcare professional. Where the information returned indicates that medical advice may be necessary, you are responsible for seeking such advice.
You should not rely on information provided by the Symptom Checker to make a medical decision, or to take or stop taking any action (such as taking medicines).
The Symptom Checker is still learning and cannot provide information specific to pregnancy or infants.