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Allergic Reaction Diary and History to Track Reaction Details


Have your entire allergic reaction history at your fingertips—all details + a photo record—for your next allergist visit.


Each time you visit the allergist, whether it's your first visit or a follow-up visit, they want know the details of all the allergic reactions you've experienced prior to the visit — when and where they occurred, what you ate, what symptoms you experienced, how you managed the reaction. This is an essential part of the food allergy diagnosis process.


It can be hard to remember all the details about each allergic reaction, especially if it's your first time visiting an allergist, or you've had multiple reactions since your last allergist visit, or it's been a long time since your last visit.


The Allergy Force food allergy app offers two 'Free Forever' features called the Diary of Allergic Reactions and the History of Allergic Reaction. These features work in tandem, helping you keep an accurate record of every allergic reaction.


Your individual diary entries automatically save to create your reaction history, including a photo record of important symptoms, that you can share with your allergist by email or printout. So convenient!


Here's how the Allergic Reaction Diary works:


1. On the bottom of the Allergy Force app's Home Page, you will see three dots on the right. Tap the dots and you will land on the More Page.

Two screenshots of the Allergy Force food allergy app Home Page highlighting how to access the app More Page from the Home Page

2. Under the first section you encounter on the More Page, look for the square labeled 'Diary of Allergic Reactions' (1st column, 3rd row.)


Tap this square to access the Diary where you can record details of an allergic reaction. Note: Consider the More Page your 'Command Central' for accessing each of the app's features.

Two screenshots of the Allergy Force food allergy app More Page highlighting where to find the Diary of Allergic Reactions feature on the More Page


3. Log all the requested information into the Diary. The checklist format makes it easy as you scroll down the page!

  • Reaction date,

  • Location during reaction Suspected food allergen

  • Mild & Severe symptoms

  • Treatments sought.

  • Add additional comments

Three screenshots of the Allergy Force food allergy app Diary of Allergic Reactions page showing all the types of data that can be input


4. Don't forget to take a picture of important symptoms like hives or facial swelling for a photo record you can share with your allergist.

Three screenshots of the Allergy Force food allergy app Diary of Allergic Reaction's tool for taking a picture of important allergic reaction symptoms. The screen shots visually walk you through how to take a picture of any symptoms.

5. Tap the Save Button at the bottom of the page to save your reaction data to your Allergic Reaction History.

Screenshot shows how to save data inputs detailing an allergic reaction using the Allergy Force food allergy app's Diary of Allergic Reaction feature

The FREE Diary of Allergic Reactions feature is designed to work in tandem with the app's History of Allergic Reactions feature so your reaction details are always available to share with your allergist.


Here's how the Allergic Reaction History works:


1. Under the first section you encounter on the More Page, look for the square labeled 'History of Allergic Reactions' (3rd column, 3rd row.)


Tap this square to access the History where you can access the details for each allergic reaction you've logged in the Diary.

Two screenshots of the Allergy Force food allergy app More Page highlighting where to find the History of Allergic Reactions feature on the More Page


2. The details you logged in your most recent Diary entry will display at the top of the History of Allergic Reactions Page. Tap it to access the record.

Screenshot shows where to find the allergic reaction details you last saved in the History of Allergic Reactions after you have used the Allergy Force food allergy app's Diary of Allergic Reaction feature to log details of an allergic reaction


3. Scroll down and review your diary entry. You will see options to email or print out the record at the bottom of the page.


Email the history to your allergist or to yourself for your allergist appointment. Or, print it out to bring with you to your appointment.

Two screenshots of the Allergy Force food allergy app History of Allergic Reactions page showing all the details you logged about your last allergic reaction. When you scroll down the page you will see selections for emailing or printing out the data.


4. To email, choose 'EMAIL', then type in the recipient's email address, the patient's name, and the patient's birthday. Then tap Send.


Look for confirmation that the email was sent. Test out this feature by sending the email to yourself if you'd like.

Two screenshots of the Allergy Force food allergy app History of Allergic Reactions page showing how to email the record to someone like your allergist or yourself.


5. To print out the allergic reaction record, choose 'print'. Type in the patient's name and birthday. Then tap the blue button labeled Print.


You will land on a print page you will need to configure for your printer set-up. Once you have selected your printer, tap Print at the top right of the page.

Two screenshots of the Allergy Force food allergy app History of Allergic Reactions page showing how to print out the record for yourself or your allergist.

Taken together, these features — the Allergic Reaction Diary and History — are powerful tools to help you remember important allergy information and easily share it with your care providers.


Icon depicts a notebook with a pencil for recording data. This icon represents the Diary of Allergic Reactions feature in the Allergy Force food allergy app.

"The Allergy Force food allergy app puts peace of mind in your pocket because you always have the data you need to make informed food allergy decisions at your fingertips."

—Gayle Rigione, CEO and Co-founder, Allergy Force


 

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The purpose of the App User Guide series of posts is to educate the food allergy community about the Allergy Force food allergy app — what it can do, how it works, how to get the most out of it. We're committed to helping you live freely with food allergies — with less fear, less anxiety, more confidence — through technology and education. Our app is peace of mind in your pocket.


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