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PainDrawing™ is a new standardised method to log pain over time

You can use PainDrawing as a diary to follow the development of pain symptoms.
This can help you identify how specific factors, activities and conditions influence pain and how it develops over time.
In some cases a structured pain history can help doctors make a diagnosis.
PainDrawing can also be used in scientific studies, to evaluate effects of activities potentially triggering or reducing pain.

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