What do you mean BBB?! I thought those guys on the web knew everything. Just go over to PWI and you'll see what I mean...
I'm trying to get in to a doctor right now. It would be very good though to do my due diligence before I go in, so when he asks me questions I can answer correctly.
Doctors often ask questions that are incorrect of patients because they think they won't understand them, If he says "does X hurt" he might really want to know if the pain is medial or distal to some anatomical structure rather than the unequivocally correct "ouch!"
Also, it is very hard to get across to doctors -- as I am sure you are aware -- that people who train for fun like being product testers for their bodies. My favorite story still is the old guy who got a motorized, artificial arm with all sorts of new nifty sensor implants so it would actually respond to nerve impulses in his shoulder and move autonomically. They told him he couldn't lift heavy stuff but otherwise he could do what he wanted. His first act? Go home to do yard work and pull it off trying to start a lawn mower.
I'll shut up til after the doctor visit.