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[CPAP] Something to Worry About?
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Thanks JM.

Rich
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#12
Hi Snuffy1717,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Good luck to you with your CPAP therapy, hang in there for more responses to your post.
trish6hundred
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#13
Thanks! And thanks to everyone on the board who's commented so far - Fantastic welcome to the community!
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UPDATE - Turned my FLEX off completely and my AHIs have gone from 1-3 to less than .3 in the last week... Looks like my bit of PB has been reduced as well (no logged incidents and the flow chart is showing less waxing and waining)...

RX is 8, but I had my pressure set to 9 to see if it would help combat AHIs I was having... Stepped down to 8.5 last night with the same low AHI this morning, so I'll give it a few days and step down to 8 again to see how it goes Big Grin
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Good news
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