Comprobador de síntomas

Learn where to go for symptom relief

Should you visit your doctor for a rash that just appeared? Does your child’s fever require a visit to the emergency room (ER) or can it wait for an office visit? Our symptom checker can help answer those questions and many others when you aren’t feeling well. Rest assured that all your information remains private.

Learn where to go for symptom relief

Should you visit your doctor for a rash that just appeared? Does your child’s fever require a visit to the emergency room (ER) or can it wait for an office visit? Our symptom checker can help answer those questions and many others when you aren’t feeling well. Rest assured that all your information remains private.

How our symptom checker works

You have many options for care at Baylor Scott & White, ranging from office visits with physicians to virtual care and more. However, which service to use is not always obvious. With our symptom checker, you’ll answer a few multiple-choice questions about your symptoms. Then, you’ll receive a recommendation about the option best suited to your needs:

  • Video Visits with a Baylor Scott & White provider, available 24/7
  • eVisits, a 24/7 service in which you fill out a short online interview and a provider reviews your responses and recommends care options
  • Our convenient urgent care clinics, which offer comprehensive, in-person treatment for a variety of minor illnesses and injuries
  • Your primary care physician, who knows your health best and can make recommendations based on your current and past health status
  • Cuidados de emergencia
  • Self care at home

Is your symptom checker accurate?

No online tool can take the place of a conversation with your doctor. This symptom checker isn’t meant to diagnose a medical condition, but it can point you to the most appropriate place to receive care so you can start feeling better as quickly as possible.

Should I visit the ER?

Some symptoms are serious enough that you should go straight to the ER or call 911 to get help immediately. While many symptoms can indicate a medical emergency, some of the more serious symptoms include: