As outlined in this blog post, tracking your symptoms over time could even save your life, especially if it alerts you to signs of a serious health issue…
However, for most people, it simply provides a way to get to know ‘what is normal’, and to notice any patterns in symptom occurrence, that could indicate a hormonal factor in health and well-being. [A completed chart can also help inform your doctor’s diagnosis, and treatment options.]
- Small Chart (Track_A4)– For those who prefer to be discrete when tracking their symptoms, and have small handwriting (!)
- Medium Chart (Track_A3)– For those who have larger handwriting, or want to record additional information e.g. diet, exercise, or external sources of stress etc.
- Large Chart (Track_A2)– For those who would like a visible reminder to track their symptoms (i.e. a wall poster), or want to record additional information e.g. diet, exercise, or external sources of stress etc.
How to print A3 and A2 documents on an A4 printer:
- Open the Tracker pdf in Adobe Reader
- Click on the ‘printer’ icon
- Click on ‘poster’ button listed under ‘page size and handling’ header
- Click on ‘Print’
- That’s it! Then you’ll just need some sticky tape to join the bits together…
How does this symptom tracker compare to others?
Feel free to contact us if you would like further advice or support in regard to tracking your menstrual cycle-related symptoms; firstname.lastname@example.org