I love this app it's fantastic to be able to chart my pain for the specialists I go to so they know how much pain I'm actually in! But I need to be able to list 15 meds that I take eathier daily or as needed.. and the options for that.. like everyday.. or every other day or 2x week etc. Or as needed.... and I have.multiple medical conditions and it only lets you list 3.. it's pretty frustrating when I have more things I need to list and it cuts you off... but other than that... I LOVE IT! :)
As someone who struggles with chronic illness and pain I find this app helpful but I have a suggestion. It would be really beneficial if you could add a way to track when we take pain medication and how that affects the pain levels. Being able to see how often I'm taking my meds and how much of an impact they are having on the pain would be huge!
Just started using and it seems like it will be very helpful. One suggestion after a brief time using: I have several areas of the body where pain flares up daily, but I would not assign the same score to each individual area. It would be helpful to be able to log multiple pain scores that are linked to unique locations. As it is now, I find myself spending a lot of time describing the various pain levels in the notes. The other option seems to be creating multiple records for the same day, which also would be time consuming.
I chose this app because I liked it the best of what is available but I don't like the trade-offs. The 3 biggest ones are: 1) The inability to self-edit the lists. As a user I want to be able to add new items that are applicable to me. For instance, I spend a lot of time at doctor appointments but that isn't on any pick list. I also have pain in areas that aren't listed for selection. I could give many more examples. I am not sure why this feature does not exist because it is available in the section for "medical conditions". It seems to me like this could be an easy fix and a major addition to user ability. 2) No feature to shade pain levels on body. This feature is available on many pain management apps and is extremely helpful for people like me who experience variable pain levels throughout the body. 3) No option to select a duration that is calculated by the app based on the last pain entry. In other words, it would be great if the app would self calculate a duration equal to the time that has elapsed since the last entry and have a box that I could check off (similar to the "all day" option). Since my pain is constant, I have to calculate the time lapse every time I make an entry. If these changes could be made, this app would be hands-down the best one out there.
Easy to use, the ability to make certain customizations is nice. I find if I retroactively inputting a log I need to say it was 5 hours later as it will change once saved. That's a little irritating. But once I realized it wasn't too difficult to work around
Enter dates and times, but they change when saved. Impossible to use. What's the point of a tracker that doesn't accurately track the dates and times? Don't waste your time with this app.
Version 2.68 (18-Jul-2017):
• Fix: Default value when end time of record is selected
• Fix: Sync for Android v4.x devices
• Fix: Sync can be properly disabled
• Fix: Dates of first symptom and diagnosis for pain conditions
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