TRACK YOUR SYMPTOMS

Track your MF-related symptoms

The MPN10 is a tool to help assess and track the 10 most clinically relevant symptoms and their severity over time. It is recommended that you track your symptoms every week. You can track them daily if you prefer. By rating the symptoms, you can better describe them—and any changes in severity—to your Healthcare Professional.

How to use the MPN10 Symptom Scorecard

Using the sliders below, select a number from 0 (absent) to 10 (worst imaginable) that best describes the severity of, or how much difficulty you have had with, each MF symptom during the past week. Your scores for the below symptoms will be added up to calculate your total MPN10 symptom score in real time.

  1. Click or tap the "SAVE SYMPTOMS" button when finished.
  2. Your MPN10 score will be totaled and displayed on a results dashboard.
  3. Additional symptoms that are commonly associated with MF are displayed below the MPN10 symptoms. You may rate these symptoms using the checkboxes. While your scores for these additional symptoms will not factor into your total MPN10 score, they are still important. If any of these symptoms affect you, be sure to discuss them with your Healthcare Professional
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Fatigue (tiredness)
Inactivity
Problems concentrating
Early feeling of fullness with eating
Abdominal pain or discomfort
Unintentional weight loss (in the last 6 months)
Itching (especially after a warm shower)
Bone pain (widespread, not joint pain or arthritis)
Fever (>100°F) 0 (absent) 10 (daily)
Night sweats

How Are You Feeling?

Use this scale to indicate your overall well-being over the past week.

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Additional Symptoms


The additional symptoms of MF listed below may impact your day-to-day life. It is important to keep track of how they affect you. Please note that tracking the symptoms below does not contribute to your total MPN10 score.



Additional symptoms that may be related to anemia:

Anemia is a condition that occurs when a person doesn’t have enough healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen to the various tissues within the body. It is a common finding in people living with myelofibrosis (MF). Anemia can be associated with a variety of symptoms that are important to monitor, including:



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Your MPN10 Symptom Score can help you track your symptoms and monitor how they affect you over time. Your Healthcare Professional is the best source of information about your particular symptoms. Be sure to share your responses with your Healthcare Professional.

PLEASE CONTACT YOUR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL OR EMERGENCY SERVICES RIGHT AWAY IF THE SYMPTOMS ABOVE ARE SEVERE.

This tracking tool is intended for use as a resource and diary for patients with myelofibrosis. Information provided in this tool, including outputs from its interactive features, should not be considered an alternative to medical or management advice from your Healthcare Professional team.

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