Gali Health

I’ve been meaning to make a post about Gali for a while – but I didn’t want to post without giving real insight and information.

I have been using Gali now for over 8 weeks and I can really see how it is helpful as it has shown me so much already!

To begin, Gali is an app with an AI personal assistant for personalized support with your IBD – Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. πŸ€“

First, you choose symptoms to track on Gali. For me, those are vomiting, tenesmus, rectal bleeding and urgency. For others, there are many symptom choices to choose from based on your IBD.πŸ’©

Second, Gali tracks your medication treatment – Stelara every 8 weeks for me. πŸ’‰

Third, with daily monitoring, Gali offers personal insights based on you. Gali offers articles and information to research your symptoms and disease maintenance. Gali offers an IBD community, with IBD advocates like myself, and who is better to help with chronic illness development tools than those who can relate? 😊

Since I started using Gali, I have kept track of my symptoms and IBD, and I have even found out new things about me. For instance, when I start to get abdominal pain, my rectal bleeding and mucus get worse, and I seem to stress out more when I have more bowel movements and vomiting. 🀒

Gali helps to remind me to enter my information daily and rewards me with points for my interactions. These points can be used to donate to IBD charities or to get Gali swag. 😎

So far, I have been really interested to see the information Gali provides and it is extremely helpful to see what my body does over weeks at a time. This is a great way to monitor trends in my IBD. πŸ“ˆπŸ“ŠπŸ“‰

The information gained will be helpful when I see my gastroenterologist again, for sure.😷

For now, there is only an IPhone app in the Apple store but the wonderful people of Gali are working hard for an Android app to be available later this year – please join the Android waitlist!πŸ“±

Download Gali and keep track of your IBD, get new information, and join the Gali community. πŸ’š

www.galihealth.com


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Author: It Could Be Worse Blog

I am a Kentuckian, a blogger and Crohn's Disease columnist, a military veteran, a model, and a mother to my fur baby, Bilbo. In this blog, I will share my opinions and life experiences, my feelings and problems, with my patient perspective and other health related issues. I will share stories from my life, the good and bad and the real things that others may not be as open to discussing, and hopefully you can (or can't) relate. Thank you! For Me, It Could Be Worse.

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