Yeah, that's why doctors tend to hate the Internet. People come in thinking they know what's wrong with them and the doctor has to be like "um, actually...xD." Nothing wrong with googling symptoms though, just so long as you're careful with self-diagnosing.
I've never Googled my symptoms when I was sick. I did once when I suspected a thumb injury, because my thumb killed me when I moved it. It alisema that I probably had tendinitis, but I had it checked out, and it turned out that it was just a tight muscle.
Yes, the internet though, isn't always accurate. Because, like what wewe posted, if I looked up that I felt some strange pains, it would tell me that it would probably be breast cancer au something awful like that. My doctor apparently doesn't like me looking these sort of things on the internet since it makes me paranoid.
Yes, a few times. Sometimes I just look it up in a book au ask someone if they are experiencing the same thing au if they know if something is going around. Since I do my internet access through our local maktaba - I have a large selection of resources.