If you are one of the many women who experience loss of bladder control, this App developed by the American Urogynecologic Society will be a useful tool to help you take back control! The App includes the following features:
• Bladder Diary: the App will allow you to record quickly and easily your fluid intake, trips to the bathroom, leaks, and accidents. This information will be extremely useful to help you and your doctor better understand the nature of your bladder control problem, and develop a treatment plan. You can send a report of your results by simply entering the email address of your choice.
• Reminders: As part of a treatment plan, your doctor may recommend “bladder training,” Kegel exercises, and/or medication. This App will allow you to set reminders to help you manage all of the elements of your treatment plan.
• Tips and Resources: With only a few touches on your phone, you can read tips for controlling urge and suggestions for helping with bladder control.
• Note Pad: This is a convenient way to record questions for your doctor, symptoms, medication side effects, and other information that you would like to have available for your next health care appointment.
Peter L. Rosenblatt, MD
Director of Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery
Mount Auburn Hospital
Supported by Astellas
Sponsored by AUGS and The France Foundation
All information provided within the “BladderTrakHer” mobile application is used solely for the user experience and information purposes. The American Urogynecologic Society (“AUGS”) and The France Foundation (“France”) will not have access to your personal information. By using this application, you acknowledge neither AUGS nor France will have any responsibility of any kind associated with information you input into this application.
Furthermore, you acknowledge neither AUGS nor France has any responsibility for the following: (1) the accuracy and/or completeness of any content contained in the application; and (2) any interruptions, security breaches, or errors in the application’s operation. AUGS and France do not accept any responsibility for direct or indirect damages to users or a third party resulting from the use of ‘BladderTrakHer’ and its content. Moreover, AUGS and France do not take any responsibility for damages resulting from the download of this application. You do so at your own discretion and risk and you will be solely responsible for any damages that may result, including loss of data or damage to your computer system or mobile phone. The content of this application is not intended to serve as or substitute for medical advice. Please only consult your physician with respect to any aspect of your medical condition.
Ratings and Reviews
Frustrating to enter info
So far after about a day's worth of use I have found it frustrating as hell to enter fluid output times. The selector seems to prefer to stay on am and if I try to change it, it just goes back. Have been able to work around that until this afternoon when trying to put in 12:33pm and it refuses to allow me to select 12 at all. I also like the idea of reminders to go exercises but really how helpful is a once a day reminder? But you can set a reminder to pee every hour. I'm thinking if you're using this app you don't really need a reminder to GO to the bathroom. Maybe that's just me. I think it could be a good app with a little work.
After reading the other reviews I was leery but hoping that the issues with this app had been fixed. I was unable to change the time from 12-hr to 24-hr. Also when trying to log times I was unable to change it from am to pm.
This is a great concept and the layout is nice, but it doesn't work properly.
Problems with app
When I used this app in September of last year it worked fine. I just started using it agin and the rolling selections do not work. Is this an IOS incompatibility issue?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.