By Three Ten LLC
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iDry is a free app that helps you overcome urinary incontinence (UI). It lets you easily log events, track your progress, predict your future success, identify and measure factors that affect your UI, and share your progress with your doctor.
iDry gives you an incredibly easy and discreet way to log your UI events when they occur - just a few seconds every time you change a pad or diaper. Then, iDry uses your log data and its built-in database of hundreds of pad and diaper brands to shows you in detail the progress you are making in overcoming your UI, including the date when, if trends continue, you will be completely dry. Also, iDry shows you exactly how your incontinence is affected by various interventions such as exercises, behaviors, diets, drugs, devices, and medical procedures.
The free version gives you all the logging, reporting, forecasting and research tools that you need. Or you can upgrade to the premium version to unlock iDry's advanced features:
- create your own interventions
- create your own pad types
- email charts and log data
- get reminders to do Kegel exercises or anything else you like
- get access to advanced charts including "Pad Changes by Hour", "Progress by Pads Used" and "Weekly Detail"
iDry runs on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. When using on the iPad, don't forget to tap the 1x/2x button in the lower right corner to enlarge the image to full screen.
Users love iDry, and you will too! "Among the sea of useless apps, iDry is a beacon of purpose.", says a recent review in www.healthtechzone.com.
iDry has been developed by Three Ten LLC to assist the 200 million people worldwide who have urinary incontinence. The app's development was supported by the National Institute On Aging of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R43AG042162. We are also grateful for the assistance of Dr. Joel Nelson, chairman of the Department of Urology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and co-director of the Prostate and Urologic Cancer Center at the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute. iDry is solely the responsibility of Three Ten LLC and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health or the University of Pittsburgh.
Got questions or comments? Visit us at www.idry.org.
What's New in Version 1.1.5
Several minor display improvements and bug fixes.
Top Line Customer Support
I currently use a non listed device to control my continence and contacted support for help. Mr Pepper contacted me right away and told me how to make it work. Thanks to him the data base works for my issues
Customer service if the best yet.
Thanks for the app
Was looking everywhere for an app that suits my needs. This one is the only one that comes close from all others.