Yup, I've got it listening to you guys with the .1, .5 etc AHI's. Here I am with my new S9 drooling. Looks like I have a series of leaks each night about the same time maybe when I roll over. ( see attached). I'm thinking trying to stay on my left side all night might do the trick.
I also learned when the AHI numbers start creeping up to trash the nasal pillows for new ones. Anyone have a good rule of thumb for switching out nasal pillows? ie how long is too long to use?
2010 sleep study 63 AHI, 2014 3.0
readyforsleep, your leaks are still fine, 95% of the time your leaks are 10L or less, the acceptable number for this is 24L. Your AHI for that night is fine, you seem like your still getting used it and your numbers should come down and stay consistent, all this just takes time. Rather than worry too much about the numbers the most important thing is, are feeling any better now than w hen you started on CPAP? Do you still have all the symptoms you had but again these take time to lift. Keep at it and sleep in the position that is most comfortable for you, you still have to get some sleep and not worry about your sleep position.