By Crescendo Bioscience, Inc.
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Track it. Show it. Feel better. MyRA™!
Built for people living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), MyRA is a revolutionary app which lets you track your RA, create visual snapshots of your data, and communicate about your RA like never before. Now you can track what is important to YOU, whenever, wherever. “How are you doing?” It’s not always an easy question to answer, particularly when you’re living with and managing an ever-changing disease like RA. We all know that with RA, symptoms can change from month-to-month…even day-to-day. With MyRA, you can generate a visual summary report of your tracked data so you and your doctor can see how you’re doing…and how things have changed since your last doctor visit! Because your doctor needs to know how you’re doing to treat your RA and help you feel better. More effective than a journal. Prettier than a spreadsheet. Say it with MyRA!
What's New in Version 1.7
-Updated to be compatible with iOS8
Like MyRA But Would Like To See Improvements
Not happy with having written this review once already and having iTunes Store dumping it because the user nickname was taken...one would think you wouldn't trash the whole review just request a new nickname!!! Not good iTunes. Now for the review again...
My daughter gave me her old iPhone so that I could access this application. Unfortunately a Droid version is not available yet! Would like to see one in the future for those if us using a Samsung phone.
In regards to recording joint pain it is sadly lacking in keeping track of back and neck pain. You have to use the center dot on the body and neck which doesn't allow you to record which side or sides the pain is generating from.
The daily activities button is ok but some activities don't apply and would be nice to make it more customized.
One can generate reports and then have them printed out to bring to your doctor. A nice feature which I have used but not extensively.
What I would like to see is a weather button where you could record the current conditions so that one could see how the weather affects trends in a persons RA.
I give this application four stars with the hopes that suggested improvements will be implemented in the future.
Helpful app to track my flare ups
I just started using it 2 weeks ago but I hope in the future, I'll be able to track my flare ups in some sort of pattern. I have severe RA but sometimes my neck and back hurt too--can't figure out how to track that pain so I keep an RA diary from Humira.
It would be really helpful for us to track the weather too to see if there's any connection. Again, I keep a separate diary for that.
I find the medication part confusing. I don't use it and stick what leg I inject with MTX and Humira in the notes and in my separate RA diary. But would be helpful to have it all in one place, such as this app.
Best wishes to all those other people out there hurting like me... Pretty good app but could use a few adjustments.
Easy user interface to learn and use.
I started using this to track my RA. My RA is very early stage. This app lets me track exactly what is happening each day. I can show trends and issues over months by running a report. I can even add pictures of swelling joints on some bad days. My doctor really liked this app! So do I!