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Personally, I think it's all the episodes of the TV show House that have made learning about the different types of diseases out there something that people strive to know. Whatever the actual reason, there seems to be a lot of interest in all the different diseases we know exist. If you happen to be one of those people with an interest in this topic, you'll likely enjoy the Random Disease Generator.

Using this generator is much less complicated than trying to diagnose the latest disease. In fact, it's downright simple. All you need to do is perform two easy tasks. The first is deciding how many random results you'd like to see each time you generate results and the second is clicking your mouse on the button. There's nothing more to do and you should instantly see your random disease results. If your interest is a list of random diseases, that list can be found by scrolling to the end of this article.

As you may imagine, there are quite a few people who wonder why anyone would ever need a random disease generator. It may be a surprise, but there are actually a wide variety of people who happen to find this free tool quite useful. The easiest way to show how this generator gets used is to share a few of the more common ways it's used by those who have already visited this page. This should give you a good foundation so that you can see if this tool will work for the specific reason you have made it here.

What's Out There

One big reason people use the random disease generator is to see how much they know about the diseases that are known to exist. Everyone knows that there are a lot of diseases in the world, but they are sometimes curious to see how many of the diseases they have heard about or know something about. The random disease generator gives them the opportunity to test their knowledge of the diseases out there by producing random results which they will either know or not know.


It's interesting to know the different diseases that exist and some people enjoy learning about as many as they can while others need to know them for their jobs. The random disease generator is a good way to initiate the learning process for diseases you aren't yet familiar with. You can use the tool to create random results and any that you don't know you can write down to do further research on to get to know the disease better. For many people, this tool is a good way to learn since you are in control of the number of disease names you see at one time. This allows you to learn in the most convenient way to the way you learn.

Practice Diagnosis

There have been a few people who have practiced their diagnosis ability with this tool. They generate a random disease and then give the symptoms they have to their partner and the partner tests their diagnosis ability. Since the result is completely random each time, they have no idea if it's going to be a common disease or something exceedingly rare making the diagnosis a challenge.

The above are a few ways that people have used this generator in the past. If you end up using the random disease tool in a different way than mentioned, we'd be interested in learning how you're using it. The tools will at times be used in ways we never anticipated and it helps us to learn when the generator is being used in an alternative way so we can make adjustments so it's ultimately more useful to everybody. If there is something we can change to make the tool more beneficial to you, please take the time to message us.

List of Random Diseases (When this page refreshes a new random list of diseases will appear)

  1. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm — see Aortic Aneurysm
  2. Acanthamoeba Infection
  3. ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences)
  4. Acinetobacter Infection
  5. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) — see HIV
  6. Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM)
  7. Adenovirus Infection
  8. Adenovirus Vaccination
  9. ADHD [Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder]
  10. Adult Vaccinations
  11. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE)
  12. AFib
  13. AFM
  14. African Trypanosomiasis — see Sleeping Sickness
  15. Agricultural Safety — see Farm Worker Injuries
  16. AHF (Alkhurma hemorrhagic fever)
  17. AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome)
  18. Alkhurma hemorrhagic fever (AHF)
  19. ALS [Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis]
  20. Alzheimer's Disease
  21. Amebiasis
  22. American Indian and Alaska Native Vaccination
  23. American Trypanosomiasis — see Chagas Disease
  24. Amphibians and Fish
  25. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis — see ALS
  26. Anaplasmosis
  27. Ancylostoma duodenale Infection
  28. Angiostrongylus Infection
  29. Animal-Related Diseases
  30. Anisakiasis — see Anisakis Infection