Tracking Pain

Tracking Pain

Use these tools to track your pain and other symptoms for discussion with your healthcare professional.

Tracking Pain

Records for Keeping Track of Your Care

Records for Keeping Track of Your Care

Keeping records of your pain management plan makes it easier for others to tell if the plan is working. Records can also help prevent confusion about medicine schedules. Included in the downloadable document are a list of medicines and side effect forms, pain and relief records, and a pain assessment form. Choose the form(s) that you think you'll find most useful.

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Pain Management Log

Pain Management Log

This handy self-assessment log is helpful when keeping track of when you experience pain, how long you've had it, the medication you took to relieve the pain, the severity of pain after taking your medication, and the activity you were involved in when the pain occurred.

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Daily Pain Diary

Daily Pain Diary

The Daily Pain Diary is an effective record-keeping tool that enables you to keep detailed records of when you experience pain throughout the day, medications and other methods used for relieving pain, and the medication's side effects. The Daily Pain Diary should be taken to your next doctor's visit.

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Patient & Caregiver Pain Tracking Kit

Download all of the useful pain tracking PDF tools in a single file. Kit includes:

  • Records for keeping track
  • Pain management log
  • Daily pain diary

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