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[ # ] Dr Google sent Jessica Alba to the hospital in the middle of the night!
February 13th, 2013 under Jessica Alba, Jimmy Kimmel

So Jessica Alba was on Jimmy Kimmel Live! yesterday and she told the ABC late night host about her recent hospitalization. She woke up in the middle of the night last week and her arm went numb, then she had a cold sensation go from the back of her head to the the front and finally her face went numb. So she did like so many of us do and went to Dr Google to find out what was wrong with her. All the websites said she was having a stroke, so she tried to wake her husband up but Cash Warren had been through this before with her and just wanted to sleep. So she called her kids’ pediatrician who said she had the symptoms of a stroke if she were 50 which she is not. So eventually the doctor told her to come in to check her out, so Cash and her drove to him at 3 in the morning. He could not diagnosis her, so he said go to the hospital because it might be stroke but probably isn’t. Eventually she had an MRI that determined that she didn’t have a stroke, but instead she suffers from Carpal Tunnel. So thousands of dollars later, she found out she needs to stop spending so much time on her computer playing doctor and do it with her husband instead. Although leads to Carpal Tunnel too.
That story was so freaking cute, I just had to share it with you!
Here is my Dr Google story because we all have one. So my cat had a black spot on her chin and when I went to look up what it was every site said it was cancer. So I rushed her to the vet with tears in my eyes and the pet doctor told me she didn’t have cancer, but kitty acne. Now even though I should’ve stopped going to Dr Google after that, I still find my self going to his office for a visit and driving myself crazy. What is your Dr Google story because I know you have one?


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