Bladder Tracker

4.0
24 reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

Bladder Tracker™ is a new application designed for patients struggling with interstitial cystitis, overactive bladder and other urinary disorders. More than a voiding diary, this free application developed by the Interstitial Cystitis Network and NAN -Natural Approach Nutrition allows patients to track their symptoms, pain levels, sleep quality, diet, hydration, exercise level and even intimacy. The data can be printed out in a report to be shared with your physician to track your symptoms over time and, if needed, may provide evidence that can support disability applications.

It uses a simple, color based format that allows patients to easily record their symptoms in seconds. Day and time are automatically added with each entry.

•Overall Wellness - The app asks how are you feeling (Good, Avg., Bad) and will help patients see if their symptoms change throughout the day,

•Urination – At every void, the app asks how pain is associated with urination, the strength of your stream and if it woke you up at night.

•Stress – Stress levels certainly influence pain and urinary symptoms. The app asks about your stress level so that you can see, over time, how your symptoms may change.

•Pain Level – When you have a “hidden” syndrome, it can be difficult to describe your pain levels and convince your doctor that you are in genuine pain. In seconds, you can easily log your pain levels throughout the day.

•Supplements – The American Urology Association encourages patients to try OTC supplements in their IC and OAB treatment guidelines. You can easily record any supplements or therapies that you are trying.

•Diet – Certain foods can and will trigger urinary flares, such as: coffee, tea, soda, citrus juices and tomato products. This app can record what you are eating to make easy correlations between foods and pain that may increase in your symptoms.

•Hydration – Drinking water is essential to urinary health. This app allows you to record your water intake in just a second.

•Exercise – This app asks you how long you’ve worked out and how hard you worked out. The more you move, the better the chance that your body will produce natural endorphins to reduce pain and discomfort.

•Sleep – This app asks you how many hours you sleep each night to monitor your sleep quality over time.

•Sexual Activity – No-one is asking for specifics. It simply asks if you were sexually active so that you can see any connection between intimacy and your flares.

•Notes – You can also use the app like a diary, recording any additional notes or thoughts you might have about your health.

This application is intended to help monitor your progress and health over time.

Analysis reports can be generated every thirty days and then exported to a pdf file which you can email to yourself to save and print.
Updated on
Sep 3, 2021

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4.0
24 reviews
Angie Cook
September 23, 2021
Love the new app. Finally an easy way to track everything easily to report to Doctors & track progress. It tracks how you feel, voiding, anxiety/ stress, pain levels, Supplement use (I was even able to add my meds), diet, water intake, exercise, even sexual activity. Absolutely love how easy it has been to use. Can't wait until my next Doctor appointment to show them all of it.
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Sidnac 65
May 31, 2022
Lots of great features, & not just for bladder tracking! It's a great tool for logging your meds & your daily moods. One thing that I would find EXTREMELY helpful though, is the ability to edit the time on an entry. Many times I've forgotten to make an entry but would still like to be able to, but it always puts the current time down. Even if I go into the editing mode afterwards, I still correct it. Please consider amending this issue and then it'll be a 5-star rating from me 😊
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Mikki F
May 15, 2022
Doesn't allow water intake less than 8oz. Not very intuitive for people wanting to track water intake and urination. You got to scroll a little bit before you can input water intake and even then, you can only input in units of glasses. Uninstalled.
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