My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain & Symptom Tracker
By Damon Lynn
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Track your chronic pain, symptoms, triggers and more to create detailed reports you doctor will love!
- "My surgeon spotted something by looking at my graph and was able to diagnose another condition, which is now being treated."
Join more than 80,000 chronic pain sufferers who have better managed their pain and symptoms with My Pain Diary.
Created by a chronic pain patient to track, manage, and report on pain and symptoms.
Recommended by doctors worldwide. As seen in USA Today. Award-winning app! Best App Ever Awards 2013 (Honorable Mention). Winter/Spring 2012 Web Health Award (Winner).
Smart features such as automatic weather tracking and reminders make creating new entries a breeze.
- "What I like about this app is that you can completely tailor it to your needs, making it as simple or as complicated as you want. Sometimes I need to be extremely detailed; sometimes all I can bear to do is hit a number. It allows for that."
The interactive graph and color-coded calendar make it easy to spot patterns, trends, and correlations.
- "Helped me discover trends I would not otherwise have been aware of..."
My Pain Diary can be customized to suit your tracking need regardless of your condition. The flexible nature of the app makes it perfect for tracking anything from headaches and migraines to Fibromyalgia and CRPS.
Users are successfully tracking more than 60 chronic pain conditions with My Pain Diary including: Fibro, MS, Headaches, Back Pain, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Endometriosis, Anxiety, Depression, Lupus, RSD, Crohn's and over 60 other chronic health conditions!
WITH MY PAIN DIARY YOU CAN:
- Track just about anything.
- Learn how you are affected by weather. MPD automatically saves the following weather data with each new entry: humidity, barometric pressure, temperature, precipitation, cloud cover, wind speed and direction.
- Identify triggers, remedies, patterns and trends.
- Compare multiple conditions and metrics on a single, interactive graph which makes finding correlations easy.
- Keep an accurate record of your condition for your doctor.
- Email or print a report for you and your doctors.
- Track your complex medical condition multiple times a day.
Track unlimited conditions, symptoms, triggers ,etc. Track multiple times a day if needed. Create entries for dates in the past. Edit entries at any time.
Weather data is saved automatically with each new entry and can be compared against your pain using the interactive graphs.
Document your swelling, rash, discoloration, etc with photos.
Color coded calendar:
Get a sense of your progress with just a glance.
Overlay various ‘metrics’ to get a whole new look at your pain. Want to see if that thing makes your pain worse? You can do that with the graphs.
Doctor Reports: Detailed reports can be emailed or printed for you and your doctors. The PDF reports can be configured to suit your needs and optionally include a graph, photos, notes and weather data.
Editable Pain Scale Descriptions: MPD comes with a pretty good default pain scale. However, you should consult with your doctor and replace it with their pain scale.
Flag an entry as ‘Private’ and it will NOT show up on a Doctor’s Report.
Keep consistent entries with the help of the built-in reminder system.
Get an extra layer of security by locking MPD. A 4-digit pass will be required to access the data.
Dropbox Backup: Ensure you never lose your data. Regularly backup your entries to Dropbox.
What's New in Version 3.5.8
Fixed issue with weather feed.
Great chronic pain app.
This is an excellent app for anyone with chronic pain who is trying to understand or control it. It prints an excellent Pdf file to print and hand in to your pain Doctor. It's a great app. If I were to suggest any improvements, I would improve upon making the different color flags that represent different types of pain, (head, neck, back, etc) I would make those a tad easier to use. Maybe it's me, that's a possibility. But I seem to do fine with the rest of the app. I just know that most people who have severe pain and can't work, at some point some depression starts to creep in. Whether you take any thing for that is your choice, but I would like to see the app make it easier to track them simultaneously. I know you can, but to me it's a little difficult, and takes away from the root of the problem when looked at the graph. Sorry, point being; I would just like to see it separate, yet viewed next to the root problem on the weekly and monthly graphs. I feel if it were easier people would be able to control the depression aspect easier. Pain is hard to control, but with the right tools you can track how the pain affects your mood.
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So Useful, And With The Weather!
I've used this for months, and I love it! The auto timestamp and weather log are so important to me, because they help me track changes in my chronic migraine pain, and I know they will help my doctors and me to see correlations with humidity, barometric pressure, or even just the sun.
The only downside I've found so far is with the Colored Flag system. You can flag each entry by color, so that you can tell the difference between your various chronic conditions' entries in the history at a glance. However, if you make a mistake and flag an entry with the wrong color, when you go back and edit that entry (which is entirely possible and very helpful), you cannot change the Color Flag. (Update from my original rating, you can delete the entry and begin again with the correct flag.)
Other than that, with all of the reports and graphs it can create, this app has become the most important tool on my phone.
Great App to have
Love this app. As someone who is challenged with fibromyalgia and CFS, this really helps me keep track of what impacts or possibly triggers flare ups. I would love to see a body map similar to the head map where I could properly document my pain and tender areas. Rheumatologist always want you to identify where the pain is as well as describe the type of pain.
I would love to be able to better point out the areas and the the type of symptoms associated with the area to have a report that I can easily provide to my doctor.
If it had these capabilities I would gladly give it 5 stars and pay for an upgraded version.
- Category: Medical
- Updated: Mar 10, 2016
- Version: 3.5.8
- Size: 18.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Damon Lynn
- © 2009-2015 Damon Lynn
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.