The site is pretty slick. You can choose a set of symptoms by body part, type of symptom, or how the symptom is manifested (that nasty rash, or those frightening sores). You can craft multiple symptoms and then specify gender and age, all of which helps narrow down the list of possible results.
MEDgle has five employees, but three of them are physicians. So while many of the listings are coming from places like Wikipedia, internal staff provides some of them. Then there are links to drill further into things like diagnoses.
The site has seen six-fold growth since last August, with up to 300,000 page views today and designs on hitting the magical million mark. The business model is, not surprisingly, ad-driven (using Google Ads, which Damle says are getting between 1% to 3% click through). There is a lead-generation component also (with physicians and other medical providers), and an affiliate product program (for things like Preparation H coupons).
There's not much community aspect to the site, which is probably a good thing initially; if you want to be a more serious resource, trust the doctors, I suppose. But over time, I'd expect there to be some user-generated content around symptoms and treatment experiences; privacy around medical health is, however, of great concern, so perhaps that's just wishful thinking.
I know I'm not going to talk about my open sores with just anyone!