This is a very handy free app that I believe with a little understanding helps in tracking my lupus symptoms. That said, it has some serious drawbacks, and I will be discontinuing use. The primary drawback s that the entries only store for 3 months! I had to wait 6 months to see a rheumatoloist after referred by my primary care physician, and downloaded this app to track symptoms so I could give the rheumatologist a complete picture of what was going on. Unfortunately, I didn't realize that the first three months were overwritten entirely by the time I was able to see the rheumatologist. This was very disappointing, and I'd recommend using a note-taking calendar that doesn't do this.
Can't edit "good/bad days" If I enter my symptoms for the previous day, it automatically enters it as a good day (that's if it enters it at all; sometimes it marks it as today's symptoms). Can't edit any days. Also not receiving my daily notifications. Would be great if there was an option for tracking medication. This is a GSK app??
Suggested updates When I'm in a full out flare I may not log my symptoms those day's because I'm in a flare and not moving or doing anything. It would nice to have a calendar for me to go back and add my symptoms and log how I felt those days. As of now if you miss logging on the exact day you're screwed. Also would like ability to sync with my tablet, and print and/or email my log information. I love the "idea" of this ap. A few adjustments would make it perfect!
I loved this app used it every day until my tablet crashed, so I installed it on my new one and lost all of my information, so depressing! I haven't been using it since
Lupus Like app just wished it didn't always have to have internet to put in your symptoms or how ur day was. Sometimes Im not always by wifi when I remember to log my day.
Good to use & take to your doctor so you don't forget anything.
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