The app is great but it needs a time stamp I love the app it's a great way to log and track your pain but there isn't a time stamp for multiple entries for one day. If that was added it would really help especially for when I go to the GP or the Pain Clinic. If that was added I will give the app 5 stars. I love the community, to find others who live chronic pain as well and understand what it's like is amazing. Everyone is so supportive and caring.
I wish there was an edit function for this thing. Its especially frustrating when it crashes and I cant use it. I havent been able to apply the last 2 days worth of entries. I also wish that I could zero in on one day and see a chart of just that day. My pain fluctuates throughout the day and it would be nice to see patterns for individual days more clearly.
Crashes It is great when it works. I have missed diary entries because it simply doesn't load. It also seems like there is no way to edit the time of entry. Which messes up the chart since i am entering at a later time. The drawings are helpful. I would recommend if you have one / two entries per day. But not if you are tracking for triggers and possibly time sensitive issues.
Just cool explain your issues something comes out of someone's sleeves like a deck of cards! Then you can use that idea from that person and apply on yourself and there's always something out there that works! So all of you pain sufferers grab your smartphones and download pain companion and you'll SEE all the difference in pain relief in every color except black and white which most of us only know about! God bless this app!!!💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞
It is perfect to keep track of my pain so maybe i can figure out exactly what works to stay comfortable. Pain free isn't exactly an option for me with a herniated disc, ddd, and spinal stenosis. Plus my l4 and l5 gavw lost all water content. The future is looking kinda grim. But hopefully with this i can make the most of it
Like most of the other people reviewing, my main issue is the lack of a specific time stamp. In addition, I would also like an undo button when drawing the pain map, as well as the ability to edit the entry (including the pain drawing) instead of making a new entry.
- Private message group discussions
- Send/receive images via private messages
- Export your pain diary and see detailed charts and statistics
- Minor improvements and bug fixes
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