Track Symptoms to improve outcomes
The simplest way to track your symptoms on Apple iPad, iPhone, Android or Web
Symptom Tracking Made Easy
CareClinic comes with a built in symptom tracker. A symptom is any evidence of a disease. As such, anxiety, fatigue, low back pain are all considered symptoms as you can perceive them.
There is no need to hold on to a bullet journal or print symptom tracking templates in PDF form to track your symptoms any more!
Use the mobile app to track your health symptoms on the go! CareClinic enables you to easily track symptoms of chronic illness, pain, IBS, MS, Lyme, Menopause (PMDD), Flu, Coronavirus, depression or any other illness.
You may record as many symptoms as needed, set the time you felt the flare up and post to your symptom journal quickly.
Download the Symptom Tracker from the App Store Below:
Manage Medical Symptoms
Select from a list of medical symptoms and record them as part of your journal entry. Record them as frequently as you need to in the symptoms section of a check-in.
Additionally, help your care provider make more informed decisions about your diagnosis and treatment based on your symptom log. Record your daily values including sleep, energy, weight and others or add your custom field to track what matters to you.
Feel good knowing that your information is stored safely and can be accessed only by you. You may also use our web app if you prefer to input your information on a larger screen using a full keyboard. This is especially beneficial for seniors and parents.
Your symptoms can be viewed in Charts or Log format. The correlations report makes it easy to determine if your symptoms are a result of consuming certain food, or allergies, or other health factor that you may have recorded automatically!
There is no need to print a template and rewrite the same symptoms over and over. Once you have added a symptom to our profile, it can be reused for an entry quickly.
Personalized Symptoms Tracker
Add a start to your symptoms and use it for reference as part of your personal health record. Quickly know when your symptoms started or stopped.
Some of the most common medical symptoms to track are: Headaches, Fatigue, Brain Fog, Depression, Anxiety, Lack of motivation, Migraine, Inflammation, Memory problem and insomnia.
Use advanced functionality to connect symptoms with specific care plans or chronic conditions to remain better organized. Use the app as your digital health diary. This will help you manage multiple treatments for multiple sickness without needing to delete medications or symptoms from a past treatment.
Install the Medical Symptom Tracker App for Android or iOS via the buttons below:
Health Symptoms Report & Correlations
Have access to an array of tools such as a Journal, Calendar and Reports with Charts that can help you discover triggers or help you stay on track to minimize symptoms based on your care plan. Share the reports automatically with members in your CareTeam or print them as needed.
Do your best to potentially minimize symptoms based on what you learn from monitoring your health. We use advanced machine learning algorithms to alert you of triggers you may not be aware of.
View Correlation Reports, Charts and Logs of how your treatment is progressing with ease on mobile or web.
Your Personal Health Diary App
For example, fatigue can be a symptom of many different conditions, but it can also be a symptom of something as simple as not getting enough sleep. Identifying correlations between your symptoms can help you better understand your condition and figure out what triggers flares.
Additionally, tracking your symptoms can help you identify patterns in your condition. For example, you may notice that your symptoms tend to worsen at a certain time of day or after you eat certain foods. Identifying these patterns can help you better manage your condition and avoid flares.
What Can Be Tracked?
CareClinic’s symptoms tracker functionality can be used to track any symptom that is predefined or personal to you.
Track and manage symptoms of any chronic illness
Angina, Arthritis, COPD, Depression, PMDD, PMS, Fibromyalgia, Crohn’s, Rheumatoid arthritis.
Autoimmune diseases, Nutrition/Food sensitivities, Mental health, Chronic Pain, Diabetes, Lupus, IBS Symptoms, Lyme disease, and ADHD among others.
Along with symptoms, you may also track other health factors such as Medications, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and more.
What are the advantages of tracking your symptoms?
There are many advantages to tracking your symptoms, including:
- Helps you and your doctor identify patterns in your symptoms.
- Helps you and your doctor determine the best course of treatment.
- Gives you a way to monitor your progress over time.
- Can help you feel more in control of your condition.
- Can help reduce anxiety and stress about your condition.
- May improve your compliance with treatment.
What are the best ways to track my symptoms?
There is no one “best” way to track your symptoms. Some people prefer to keep a written diary, while others prefer to use digital tracking tools or apps. Ultimately, the best way to track your symptoms is the way that works best for you.
What should I track?
Some people prefer to track their symptoms on a daily basis, while others only track them when they experience a flare-up or change in their condition. The important thing is to track whatever information you feel is most important for you and your doctor. Some things you may want to track include:
1. The date and time of your symptoms.
2. The severity of your symptoms (on a scale from 1-10).
3. The duration of your symptoms.
4. Any triggers or activities that seem to worsen your symptoms.
5. Any treatments or medications you are taking for your symptoms.
6. Your overall level of stress and anxiety.
7. Your energy levels and ability to function during a flare-up.
8. Anything else you feel is important to track.
If you are unsure what to track, talk to your doctor. They can help you identify the most important information to track based on your individual condition.
What if I don’t have time to track my symptoms?
If you feel like you don’t have time to track your symptoms, talk to your doctor. They may be able to suggest some ways to make tracking easier or less time-consuming. Additionally, there are many digital tracking tools and apps available that can make tracking your symptoms quick and easy.
How often should I track my symptoms?
Some people prefer to track their symptoms daily, while others only track them when they experience a flare-up or change in their condition. The important thing is to track your symptoms as often as you feel is necessary for you and your doctor.
If you are unsure how often to track your symptoms, talk to your doctor. They can help you determine the best frequency for tracking based on your condition.
What if I don’t have any symptoms?
If you are not currently experiencing any symptoms, you may not need to track them. However, it is still important to talk to your doctor about your condition and whether or not tracking may be beneficial for you. Some people with chronic conditions find it helpful to track their symptoms even when they are feeling well, to identify patterns or triggers for their flares. The most common conditions that require active symptom tracking are: Asthma, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Crohn’s Disease, Depression, Fibromyalgia, Headaches and Migraines, Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis
Which symptoms can I track with the CareClinic App?
You can track all symptoms in the CareClinic App such as fatigue, pain, stiffness, headaches, difficulty sleeping, difficulty concentrating, depression, anxiety, gastrointestinal problems, and flare-ups. For a complete list of all symptoms that can be tracked in the app, please see our symptom tracker.
What is the difference between active and passive symptom tracking?
Active symptom tracking is when you proactively track your symptoms on a regular basis, even when you are feeling well. This can help you identify patterns in your symptoms and flares. Passive symptom tracking is when you only track your symptoms when you are experiencing them. This can be helpful for monitoring your symptoms and flares, but may not be as helpful for identifying patterns.
Does the symptom tracker offer medical advice for my medical problem?
The symptom tracker is not intended to offer medical advice. If you are experiencing symptoms, please talk to your doctor. The tracker is only meant to help you track and monitor your symptoms.
The Only Symptom Tracker App You'll Need
It is important to track symptoms using a symptom log so you can learn when they are getting worse or if you are developing new symptoms.
CareClinic enables you to rapidly log your symptoms from a 1 to 10 scale. Record your symptom as 1 for mild, 5 for medium and 10 for severe. Overtime you will be able to confirm if your symptoms are getting better or worse as you will have maintained a symptoms log.
Features of Symptoms Diary & Tracker App
+ Track an unlimited amount of symptoms in the free version of CareClinic mobile app. This includes making posts to your symptoms diary where your data does not need to be on a scale of 1 to 10.
+ Your data belongs to you, and is automatically synced securely between the web and mobile app.
+ You can easily print, share or save your symptoms report as a PDF from the web app.
Available on every platform: iOS/ iPhone and iPad, Android Phone or Android Tablet and on the web.
The CareClinic symptom tracker can help you keep track of your symptoms, so you and your doctor can identify patterns and triggers for your flares. The app offers both active and passive symptom tracking, so you can choose the option that works best for you. The symptom tracker is not intended to offer medical advice, but only to help you track and monitor your symptoms. If you are experiencing symptoms, please talk to your doctor.