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Keep a medical health record, track your pain, diagnosis and symptoms and share it with your doctor.

Medical experts recommend you keep a pain diary to be able to treat pain effectively. The award winning "Catch My Pain" app allows you to visualize and monitor your pain by creating detailed drawings and by tracking other relevant information. The diary will help you to explain your pain to any care provider.

CatchMyPain is a modern pain diary which allows you to...
- create detailed color pain drawings to express the location and the intensity of your pain
- have the course of your pain visualized by a graph which is calculated based on your pain drawings
- exchange best practices with similar patients in our community!
- export your pain diary and share it with your care providers
- describe the quality of your pain (hot, cold, electrifying, ...)
- view statistics about your short- and long-term pain
- track events or circumstances which increase or ease your pain
- keep track of your pain level (VAS)
- specify the time of occurrence of your pain
- track your overall happiness
- enter diagnoses
- add comments to each pain entry
- use the diary to explain your pain to any care provider.
- share your pain diary by eMail
- and a lot more...

- track fatigue and stress in addition
- track weather conditions (temperature, humidity, air pressure, etc.)
- get more features soon
See the complete feature list on http://www.catchmypain.com/features

CatchMyPain can basically be used without an Internet connection. Only for the very first application start and for synchronizing your entries to the cloud you have to be online. The synchronisation allows you to use the iPhone app or the PC or Mac version (www.CatchMyPain.com) in parallel. Use our iPhone app to keep track of your pain on the go very easily.

By using CatchMyPain you are supporting the fight against pain: Scientists from the University of Zurich (Switzerland) and various medical experts are using the anonymized information from the pain diaries to conduct research in the medical field of pain treatment. We want to stop the chronic pain odyssey which is encountered by millions of patients world wide.

Please use the integrated feedback form to make suggestions on how to improve the app or to tell us about any complaints. You can find the feedback form by clicking the "i" icon in the sidebar.

For more information, a detailed roadmap and our awesome video, please visit our homepage at www.CatchMyPain.com.

Keep a medical health record of fibromyalgia, migraine, cancer, arthritis, lupus, headache, rsi, chronic lower back pain, rheumatism, sciatica, cfs, fatigue syndrome, depression, crps or endometriosis symptoms for your doctor. Understand what happens with the pain in your knee, hip, shoulder, joint, chest, neck, stomach, leg, arm, or with your abdominal ache, tumor, etc. Know the impact and scale of your pt, therapy and diagnosis. Manage your pain.

Send us an email to feedback@catchmypain.com with your email-address you use for the AppStore. We will then invite you for TestFlight. You would get early access to cutting-edge features, suggest your ideas and help to improve CatchMyPain continuously.

What's New

Version 3.5.5

Minor improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
29 Ratings
29 Ratings

In pain and disappointed

Cheyenne Diana

The only truly helpful aspect of this app is the community support. Nothing else about it seems to be very well thought out. When I saw that it was Swiss, I thought "Oh good. This should be a very logical and helpful app." I was equally enthusiastic when I saw that there was a graph that would be filled in when I made enough entries. I was disappointed in both cases. Making diary entries does not have a smooth flow to it, and some of the words to describe pain are just odd.
The graph makes no sense. All points are on the very left hand side, not even lined up with the day and time of entry. And the values on the left are percentages? On the right is happiness and pain intensity. Perhaps some of the problem is in translation. Was this designed in English?
I would like to see a line graph or a bar graph that shows the progression of my pain over a period of time. Then I can correlate to activities or medications I've taken. This needs a little work, sorry to say.

Best out there, with room for feature development


Of the five pain apps I tried, this is my favorite. It has the best drawing ability, which Is important to me. I would like to see the ability to add custom marks, for example the ability to distinguish numbness vs tingle vs burning pain. It would be nice to see a report that combines the body maps over a period of time to show what is constant vs what fluctuates. For pain type tabs, it would be nice to attach those to body parts also. This is a good start to documenting, though needs some customization ability to better help communicate the whole of what is happening.



This app is just perfect for me to keep track of my medical issue to show my doctor. I highly recommend this app


sanovation AG
7.1 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
English, Dutch, French, German, Spanish
Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
© 2014 Sanovation AG


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