I've been looking for this ever since I've been peeing a lot more often lately,but I still don't know why,I had problems with bedwetting as a kid and I still leak a bit occasionally,and this allows me to keep a log
I love this app! I use the bathroom frequently, to say the least. I'm always thirsty and I was curious to see how much I voided vs how much I consumed. I started measuring my voidance since I installed this app and have learned a lot. Turns out, I void about twice as much as I drink. So, thanks to this app and the knowledge I have accrued, I will be contacting my doctor with my concerns and this data. Maybe we will come up with some answers. This is absolutely the best tool I have ever had for this problem. I'm very glad to have it so I can give my primary care physician or urologist some solid data.
I was instructed by my urologists to keep a 3 day void diary, so I'm using the old school hard copy he gave me and this one. The only thing in the hard copy had for information that this app doesn't is what kind of beverage you're drinking. I'm not sure why my urologists needs this specific information, but he's getting it. It would be a nice addition to the app if any developers happen to read this. It's a good thing I work from home because even with the app this is consuming my time greatly. The app does make it easier. Too bad it doesn't have the beverage specific feature. The "urgency" option seems like a good idea, oddly that's not on my doctor's hard copy. But he's getting that information regardless. I knew I drank lots of coffee, this confirms it, some 1600 ml daily! Coffee is an addiction I love. Cheers!
The only thing that would make this app better is if there was also an output choice of "small, medium, large, extra large" estimates. I don't have a measure, because this is for physical therapy having to do with bladder leak control, and if I didn't have a medical background, I would have great difficulty estimating my output.
Easy to use. Suggestions: when prompting for sleep it would be helpful to see "diary" to see logged entries, or edit at the date field. Many times I guess what time I went to bed / woke up, then later notice entries "during sleep" when they were not. Not sure if buttons indicating color of urine would be needed, but maybe helpful. For urinary retention, it would be great to have selection to indicate "catheter". Currently, I Flag normal voiding with urgency of 1 and cath volume with 0. I don't have the device to autolog, but recording flow volume with no rate logged would make more sense - for voiding by cath.
Very simple to use. I've tried other bladder apps and this one is the best. My doctor really appreciated the documented information and is able point a better treatment plan. What I like about this app is the option to print or e-mail the diary. Thank you for a wonderful app!
Fully Automatic Voiding Diary: Automatically measures every urination and sends to provider.
Asked by urologists, designed by urologists.
- New features
- Easier to use
- Better compliance
- Improved diary format when sending to your clinician.
- It is easy to change the date and time of an entry
- Added an option to disable the night (Nocturia) features so the app won't ask to set sleeping times if you don't like it to.
- some minor fixes.