That’s it. Deleting.
Being retired military I used the migraine pdf to show how often and severity of my migraines. This way it could be annotated for VA disability
I’ve always struggled to remember how often I have migraines to tell my doctor but after getting this app it’s been great. It’s simple and easy to use, I live that I can customize exactly what I’m feeling and how it started etc. I usually never write reviews but it’s truly a great app!!
Very helpful tracking my migraines years ago. Migraine free while pregnant and breastfeeding and now coming back slowly after 4 years almost entirely migraine free. Highly recommend the app to any sufferers. I do not pay for the app, just use the basic version but 100% happy with all the basic features.
I tried tracking recent headaches in a notebook and that was a nightmare. This is so user-friendly and will help explain how I’m feeling when I get to the doctor. I love the rating system and the ability to note all symptoms. Thank you!
Only reason I gave 4 stars instead of 5 is because the only way I can figure out how to document each stage of the attack (prodrome, aura, migraine, postdrome) is as separate events. Maybe there’s something I don’t understand about how to do it. When it’s documented this way it looks like I had more attacks than I did. I am surprised at this way of documenting when this app is so useful in other ways. Also, as someone newly diagnosed, I wish there was easier access to forums/group chats.
I recall trying various apps for migraine tracking years ago, including this one. I decided to try MB again, and I’m so glad I did! It’s a really impressive tool and definitely has helped me improve the consistency and detail of my tracking.
I had my first migraine with aura at age nine. I always thought food was my primary trigger. But after 60 years of avoiding certain foods and on the occasions I did “cheat” often wondering why the food sometimes did and sometimes did not trigger, I could not figure it out. That’s because it turns out food was not the real villain. Migraine Buddy’s Advanced Reports clearly point to weather variances. Pressure and/or temperature variances are my primary triggersñ. And guess what?? It proves out when I compare my attack records. This simplifies everything. While it’s true that NSAIDS and a few food additives (MSG, dyes, propylene glycol, artificial sweeteners) trigger, that’s it! What a relief! I can finally eat everything else! Thank you, MB! I never even knew weather was a potential risk factor. My deepest gratitude.
Very encouraging and enlightening. Helps me analyze triggers and find relief. Irreplaceable app on my phone!
This app is fine, but it will nag you constantly with notifications to try to get you to re-engage with the app, which is especially annoying when you have a week without migraines and the app is like “Hey, hey! Remember how you have migraines?” I’d turn off notifications entirely but I do want them when I forget to mark a migraine as done.