Health care providers recommend that patients with overactive bladder or incontinence keep a daily record of liquid intake and voiding details. Usually this means filling out a paper form but with this app, a few clicks on the iPhone record the information as a digital diary. Each entry can be reviewed and edited. The Report feature of the app takes the data and converts it to readable text in a PDF summary file. This file can be emailed to the physician for review and inclusion in the patient's electronic medical record.
Version 3.3 has several new features:
- Custom data entry to record comments, medications, medical device settings. Use with baseline comparison analysis to see effects.
- Allows user to customize maximum toileting volume
- more accurate and wider range for liquid intake entries
- All Entries includes volumes for "at a glance" bladder condition
Ratings and Reviews
Worth the price
I've been using this app for two weeks, and I would say it is for sure worth the price. I would recommend a few tweaks to the user interface, but all of the essentials are there. I especially like being able to email myself a CSV file containing all the raw data for analysis. Contrary to some comments here, you can enter any number you want, using the slider (for output, that is).
This seems like it has everything I need except it's nearly impossible to track exact measurements using the slider. If I stop it on 100 the amount changes to 103 when I lift my finger. If they fix this or add a way to type it in exactly I think it would be perfect.
Not detailed enough
I was given a paper form from my urologist to record how much I'm drinking and how much I'm peeing. After half a day of using the paper form, I wondered if there was an app for this. Of course there is! But after buying the app and trying to record my numbers I was very disappointed. This app needs some work. The volume amounts need to be more detailed--higher numbers and the ability to choose a number that's not 100/200/300 ml only. What about 150? 225? Sorry this app is not as good as simple paper and pencil.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.