Really impressed. But more required. Really good bit of software. The issues I have is, I can't remember lines between data points on the graph. It's very messy looking. With 20-30 entries a day it doesn't look clean. I'd like to be able to clear it up. Especially with longer term trending. An export to csv would be great, and save the above issues. As then j could get it into excel and manipulate the data. Plot extra lines on the graph, etc
Customizable pain scale is a must have for accurate, consistent record keeping and this is one of my favorite features of this app. The triggers, pain location, remedies, and symptoms are all quick to enter (and customizable). It would be a 5 star if I could export to spreadsheet and enter a note separate from a pain log entry. Thanks for a helpful app! My neurologist was very impressed with my printout and wanted a copy for her records.
Fabulous Resource for all things painful I use it for my Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Sinusitis. It has lots of flexibility, you can tailor to you needs easily and the reports allow for data analysis and better understanding of how and why your pain may increase or decrease over time. Very very useful.
Easy to Use This tracker is easy to use and better for me than tracking on paper. I was able to show the report to my neurologist at my last visit. The entries are brief and the pain number ratings makes it easier to see trends.
Great resource for chronic pain patients/docs This app has made it much easier to track my pain than a traditional pain diary. It's always with you on your phone, it keeps track of weather, times, dates, etc. for you, and you can view and print charts comparing say your daily pain levels versus the daily atmospheric pressure, and find your specific triggers easier. It also has been great for my GP and rheumatologist and pain docs, and helps me be taken seriously. Hopefully the better tracking of what hurts when will help with an eventual diagnosis!
For an app which costs it would be better if there was a map of the body not just the head so you can visually see where you get pain and when. I like how it tracks the weather to see if that effect the pain, but other than that sad I spent the money on it
Android 6 Marshmallow support.
Track your pain, treatments, and medications to better manage your condition.