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new tracker

I take meds and supplements everyday....some of them, I like to miss a day or two so I can watch for buildup...can you make a tracker for that....and also, if possible...make the tracker adjustable for my routines.  I like that all i have to do is check them, i wish i could switch them for my personal routine.  Example: it has weight lifting, but I don't weight lift, i do a 10 minute workout that changes everyday...or put a box where i can put what i want....I know if you do get one for medication and vitamins, that everyone uses different ones.

Thanks, John    
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We're in the process of creating an exercise tracker to track activity. Hopefully that tracker will be able to accommodate whatever workout routine you do each day.

We also have a medications tracker on our list of to-do's. We'll let you know when it's available.

Thanks for the suggestions!

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The exercise tracker is now available. To add it, go to My MedHelp, look for your trackers shortcut panel, and click Add a Tracker. The new exercise tracker will be listed as an option. Thanks for the suggestion!

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