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Check your symptoms and find out what could be causing them. It's fast, free and anonymous.

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Symptomate gives you an accurate evaluation of your state of health

  1. Enter symptoms
  2. Answer a few questions
  3. Done! You will receive information about:
    • possible causes of your symptoms
    • options for what to do next
    • suggested lab tests

Over 3 million people have already used Symptomate

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Very easy to do and accurate.

Great answers and results. I'd like to be able to find symptoms more easily, but you've done a great job.

This app is amazing. 100% accurate all three times I used it.

Accurate diagnosis. The app encouraged me to visit my doctor before it was too late. Thanks so much!

Symptomate learns and evolves every day

Symptomate AI uses our doctors' knowledge, scientific literature, and statistical data that we obtain by analyzing thousands of actual patient cases.

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  • Microsoft Cortana (soon)
  • Google Home (soon)
  • Apple Siri (soon)
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*Only in English.

Use our technology in your business

Symptomate lets you take advantage of the capabilities of the Infermedica diagnostic engine. The app you’re using right now can be tailored to the needs of your business.

A modern solution for medical and insurance companies.

  • Bring healthcare services to patients’ homes
  • Reduce the number of doctor visits
  • Encourage patients to use telemedicine
  • Collect organized patient data
  • Save time used to create medical health records
  • Evaluate the severity of patients’ symptoms
  • Support clinical staff in decision making
  • Use a diagnostic engine that is continually developed and maintained by a team of experts
  • Customize the app to your needs (change colors, wording, or question order, add your own logo, and much more)

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Source: Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, Health Online, 2013