Track Your Migraines
Medhelp's free Migraine Tracker allows users to track the different types of migraines, including classic, common, ocular, ophthalmoplegic, headache-free, basilar artery, carotidynia, and status migraines, in addition to rebound headaches, which are common among migraine sufferers. The Migraine Tracker will also record migraines in the prodrome, aura, headache, and postdrome stages in addition to the overall intensity of each stage. Store all of the symptoms relevant to migraines, such as anxiety, chills, dizziness, fatigue, food cravings, hot flashes, cramps, nausea, rapid pulse, vomiting, and visual auras. Continuous use of the tracker will allow users to develop a chart of their migraine phases and treatments and medications they are taking, including Celebrex, Cephadyn, Excedrin Migraine, Vicodin, and Zomig. Keeping track of these stages will help users prepare for the onset of migraine-related symptoms, prevent a migraine or reduce the severity of a migraine, and allow users to easily communicate their health with their doctor.

The MedHelp Migraine Tracker helps users visualize their progress and track their stats online without a paper and pen. The data is always accessible - from the home, office, school or on vacation. In addition, users will be able to write a journal detailing their progression and share it with their family, friends, and doctor.
Migraine Tracker Benefits
Track the intensity and duration of the pain associated with each migraine and anticipate the symptoms related to the next onset
Learn how to prevent or reduce the severity of migraines by identifying triggers and taking medications
Record symptoms related to migraines, including allodynia, low comprehension, euphoria, fluid retention, paracusia, phantosmia, and partial paralysis
Develop a Migraine chart that provides a monthly overview of symptoms, triggers, and treatments, including Fioricet, Amerge, Cataflam, ginger, Lidocaine, Relpax, Sumatriptan
Combine with other MedHelp trackers such as the Mood Tracker, Water Tracker, or Pain Tracker to record all symptoms in greater detail
Compare your personal migraine/headache tracker to public trackers in the Migraine/Headache Tracker Gallery