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Track change in pain intensity, symptoms, medication intake during an attack#1220

This topic has generated a great deal of discussion, so let’s focus on gathering your feedback and suggestions related specifically to tracking changes here.

Some of you have already provided valuable input through a survey, we got more than 1200 answers!!!! You are such a great community and I want to thank you very much for your contributions.
Your insights have been instrumental in our efforts to incorporate the evolution of attacks into a calendar feature for chronic migraine sufferers experiencing daily attacks. Our technicians are currently hard at work on this, so stay tuned for updates I will communicate on its availability and functionality when it is ready to launch.

For those who are not chronic, don’t worry! We’re still actively exploring the best approach to meet your needs. To better understand how we can provide the best solutions, I’ll soon be sharing a new questionnaire designed specifically for non-chronic migraine sufferers (those who don’t have daily attacks).

Let’s continue to collaborate on this journey together!
Your input is invaluable, thank you for sharing it!

3 months ago
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3 months ago
Merged On-going Attack#75
3 months ago
Merged One click severity change#1142
3 months ago
Merged My Default Symptoms#547
3 months ago

Thank you Jenny, this is great. I look forward to the next questionnaire

3 months ago
R

Yes I’d love to be able to see how my attack changed over time, pain levels at different stages, medication times.
I also find it difficult to pinpoint when predrome becomes migraine becomes postdrome. Could the app track different symptoms at different times and make suggestions. I don’t know how to ID before a migraine hits!!

a month ago
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S

I agree with this suggestion. Most of the time the intensity changes throughout my attacks. It might start at a 4 and then go up to a 7 and then go back down to a 3 before it is over. Also mine are typically for a day or longer so I try several different type of reliefs. It would be good to be able to timestamp when I took what and if it helped at the time or not.

a month ago
2

Both are possible in the app, from the notes section you can use the timestamps to note exactly when the intensity changed or when you took a medication.
Then for each relief method you can use the relief scale to evaluate how effective the relief is. Tap on the medication with the question mark on it to open the relief scale screen.
Then all of this will appear in your doctor’s report

a month ago
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R

Thank you- I had no idea I could do that in the notes section!

a month ago

The notes section is good for tracking when things happen. Although It would be amazing to be able to add the changes and intensity as an ongoing data point. This could contribute to a more detailed analysis in our reports. Perhaps there are patterns in the way the migraine presents itself.

I imagine it being a timeline for the attack perhaps it can be a graph of intensity points with another data point of when a user inputs a relief method or medication.

25 days ago
2
R

Yes this would be really helpful for me in observing the pattern of my migraines and perhaps work out when pre-drome becomes migraine and then post-drome

24 days ago
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Merged Updates through the attack#1308
8 days ago