Sofia uses Allertgy app to keep a journal of food allergies
By joycekwo12, Updated
Sofia, a college art student discovers a new food allergy and uses the Allertgy app's Journal function to track symptoms.
Oh no, it's a rash!
Let me use Allertgy journal.
Sofia eats dinner in the school cafeteria. She usually checks the menu for allergens but she has recently developed a new minor food allergy and she isn't sure what the new allergen is. She's been using Allertgy app to track her symptoms.
Here's a list of allergens. I have a rash.
Later in the bathroom, Sofia realizes that she's developed a rash on her neck and arms.
Let me take a picture of the rash on my neck and arms.
She opens the Allertgy app Journal to track her symptoms.
Better send this entry to Dr. Kaporski so we can talk about it next time.
She chooses the list of symptoms from a checklist.
She takes a picture of the rash and saves it with her journal entry.
She uses the app to email her allergy doctor the journal entry to discuss at her next appointment.
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