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Amy Lee Fisher Review – Chronic Illness Blogger
June 15, 2018

Amy Lee Fisher is a chronic illness blogger sharing her journey with HKPP, Gastroparesis and POTS. Here’s her views on using Medsmart:

We’re passionate about making sure Medsmart meets your needs! To help us make sure we’re helping you in the best way we can, we’re always interested in getting feedback from you.

We’ve been working with chronic illness bloggers, like Amy Lee Fisher, to help test out using Medsmart. You can find how she got on by watching her full review above, or by clicking here.

Amy’s Story

Amy lives in Australia, after moving from the UK. She blogs about her life living with a chronic illness to share her journey and help others going through the same experience. Her conditions include Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis (HKPP), Gastroparesis and Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS).

If you’d like to know more about Amy and follow her journey on social media, you can follow her on Twitter and YouTube.

Share Your Thoughts

We’d love to hear your feedback about using the app, like Amy has done! If you’d like to contact us directly, you can get in touch with us through the ‘Contact Us section in the app, or by emailing [email protected]

If you’d like to share your views with others, you can also rate us in the iTunes App Store or Google Play Store.

 

Thanks for downloading Medsmart! We’re super excited to be sharing our journey with you!

The Medsmart Team

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