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AHI 22.1 AND SO TIRED
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Kate, do you have a copy of your medical prescription and sleep study? Can you please tell us what your prescription is? I suspect you are currently on the wrong machine, and that you require backup timed breathing and ASV. Also, if I'm seeing this correctly, you have your machine setup to IPAP/EPAP of 17.6/4.6. Under Auto mode, your actual pressure seems to stay between 9/4. As I said, the particular graphs you're posting are not the ones that could best help interpret what is going on.
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It has been 3 years that I have been on CPAP and the fatigue has gotten no better.
I am on the only machine that my DME and insurance will give me.
:Using cpap then vpap since Feb.2013,
Kate
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Download Sleepy head and post the results here and you will be surprised the reasonable advice you will get.
If you are using your machine properly and have a good mask your AHI # should of improved.(pressure settings are important)
I also use Rescan 5.5 but sleepyhead is still my favorite software.
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