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3 years and counting
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Way to go Zonk!
I too am a 3 year survivor on PAP.
Just switched from APAP to ASV, seems like an easy transition and my AHI stays below 3.
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(12-02-2013, 01:15 AM)Adrianf Wrote: Good news on your progress. Now if I can get as good a result I would be over the moon.
I have only had my machine a couple of weeks and use every night I still wake up in the middle of the night and feel terrible in the mornings. I had a few good nights but now seem to be heading back the way I was.

Adrian

Don't feel bad. I'm fully compliment 11 days but I wake up exhausted from fighting leaks and itches etc
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