For people who suffer with some form of chronic pain, every day can be a struggle, but you can at least take a little solace in the fact that this iPhone and iPad app has been designed specifically for you so that you can more easily track and manage your symptoms and triggers.
I think that this is an absolutely fantastic idea for an app, and it’s good to see that the developer has gone above and beyond the generic brand of symptom tracker apps and tailored this development for a more specific audience.
My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain & Symptom Tracker has been designed to help you track any number of conditions that are burdening you with chronic pain, with the hope that you’ll be able to spot trends in what is triggering your pain and improve your overall quality of life.
As someone who occasionally suffers from barometric headaches, I’m very pleased to see that the developer has made the effort of including weather tracking in the features.
Only a sufferer of chronic pain could have been so thoughtful, so you can rest assured that you are using a tool that has been developed by someone who endures similar challenges to you.
My Pain Diary track and analyze your symptoms
Email Entries to Your Doctor
If your condition manifests in visible symptoms such as rashes, swelling, or skin discoloration, then you’ll also be pleased to know that you can attach images to each of your entries. This is great for compiling a photographic log of your symptoms that you can show to your doctor for advice.
Speaking of doctors, My Pain Diary enables you to export all of your entries via email so that you can send them directly onward, and you can also mark certain entries as ‘Private’ if you would rather keep them to yourself.
My Pain Diary color code your calendar to show good and bad days
Created by a chronic pain patient to track, manage, and report on pain and symptoms
Track and manage chronic pain conditions such as Headaches, Back Pain, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Endo, Anxiety, Depression, and many more
Track unlimited conditions, symptoms, triggers, and more
Set reminders to ensure that you always remember to log entries
Weather data is saved automatically with each new entry
View your information on detailed charts and graphs
Export your information via email to send it to your doctor
Print your information to show to your doctor
Backup all of your data with Dropbox
Keep your records safe and sound with passcode-protection
There is nothing negative to say about this app
My Pain Diary automatic weather tracking
If you do suffer from chronic pain then I would definitely recommend keeping My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain & Symptom Tracker on your iPhone and iPad because you might be able to spot patterns that will help you to identify triggers, ultimately helping you to reduce your pain and symptoms over time.