By Irody Inc.
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Do you or a loved one have epilepsy? If you do, most likely you have been asked to keep track of seizures, medicines, and how you feel. This application can help you do this quickly and more easily than keeping paper diaries.
My Epilepsy Diary lets you use the same technology to manage your epilepsy as you use to simplify the rest of your everyday life! It lets you record real-time details about seizures, medications, side effects, moods, triggers, and you can even include detailed notes - all from your iPhone or iPod Touch.
When your entry is completed, it is synched to your diary on epilepsy.com where you can generate personalized reports to bring to medical visits, providing your doctors and nurses with not only snapshots of recent events, but also long-term trend data, both key to assessing treatment effectiveness. By reviewing graphs and other reports, you can visualize trends that can help you and your healthcare professionals improve your treatment.
* Record Seizures (single or clusters)
* Record Medicines, when to take them and when to refill them
* Record Triggers (10 standard or customize your personal trigger)
* Record Side Effects including the severity of the reaction.
* Get reminders for your medications and refills
ADDITIONAL FEATURES that are available when you access your diary on epilepsy.com including:
- Personal Medical History
- Customized Reports – including graphs which can be printed or emailed
- Setup Reminders for medication, refills, or other personal events via text message or email
- Uploading photos or files to attach to a daily record
- Medicine Organizer
- Summary of Notes
- and more
- Internet Access required to synch data to your diary on epilepsy.com
Take Control and Get Started Today with My Epilepsy Diary.
Please email comments and suggestions to email@example.com.
My Epilepsy Diary is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult your physician with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health.
My Epilepsy Diary is a free service supported by the Epilepsy Therapy Project by an educational grant from UCB in the US, Canada, Italy and Spain, and by Epilepsy Action Australia in Australia.
App developed by Irody, Inc.
What's New in Version 3.7
Fixes login issues reported by some users
Have Problems With Signing In
Since I have had this app I have not been able to sign into it once. Unless I want to keep changing my password I then can only get on line with it but not into the app itself. Again even to get onto the web site I would have to change my password each time but with the app this does not help I find that it also keeps sending me notification to sign in but no matter what I try it will not let me. What good is this dum app it's a good idea to have but not if you cannot sign into it.
- Category: Health & Fitness
- Updated: Feb 11, 2015
- Version: 3.7
- Size: 3.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Irody, Inc.
- © 2009-2015 Irody Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.