Yes I still use a nice app but stopped tracking so many things. Still a good idea for someone trying to determine if some medicine or therapy is helping. It made a nice graph showing my head pressure and unsteadiness for instance becoming constantly worse as I ramped up some meds. A big issue with longer term impressions of how you are doing is that it’s really hard to remember symptoms.
I remember back in the day when me and my engineer friends were all “audiophiles” and we talked about how hard it was to trial different speakers unless you could have them in the same room with an a/b switch. Called it auditory memory describing how hard it was to determine differences in sound when time was long between tests. It’s the same with symptoms so I think it’s helpful to have some app and scales of badness or goodness that you can reference to get a better idea if you are better or worse. The app I use is called MySymptoms and it let’s you define your own set of symptoms to track and also let’s you track food and meds and exercise.
But yes the doctors could care less. It’s all benign so your not going to die - just deal with it. How could you get so obsessed with this silly thing that Is ruining your life. Just trust the docs blindly - they are all so much smarter than you and you are just messing with them with all those silly questions.