Track your Chronic Pain
For people who suffer from chronic pain, it is important to keep an accurate record of pain to help doctors give you the best treatment. MedHelp's free Pain Tracker helps users keep track of the location, frequency, intensity and type of pain on a visual map of the body.

You can also keep a pain journal or pain chart detailing duration of pain and possible causes (triggers). Track your medications and treatments, including acetaminophen, NSAIDs, analgesics, antidepressants, corticosteroids (e.g. prednisone), anticonvulsants, and trigger point injections. This information may reveal a pattern that will help you and your doctor identify a successful pain treatment plan.
Chronic Pain Tracker Benefits
Record your chronic pain on an intuitive body map.
View a visual map of your pain over time.
Describe your chronic pain in terms of throbbing, aching, stabbing, and other characteristics.
Keep a pain diary or pain chart of triggers (cause of pain), duration, and effects of medication and treatments. Track symptoms associated with chronic pain.
Track medications and treatments, including NSAIDs, analgeisc, corticosteroids, and physical therapy.
Email your pain tracker to your doctor or pain specialist.
Compare your personal pain tracker to public trackers in the Pain Tracker Gallery