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Change of Machine and Mask
#1
Had my follow-up with my doctor today. I've officially been moved off of my ResMed VPAP III ST-A and onto an aircurve 10 S ^_^ Pressure has been reduced from 30/25 to about 12/5. I can use the nasal pillows now, and won't have to worry about pressure on my teeth causing me problems ^_^

Can't even express how happy I am at the change ^_^
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#2
Congratulations! Nice to see the pressure drop so that nasal pillows will work with out feeling like you have a high pressure leaf blower up your nose.
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#3
Hi icewlf,
CONGRATULATIONS.!
It’s great to hear that your doc has changed you to the new machine.
Good luck to you.
trish6hundred
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#4
Great News!! Nasal pillows are so much better.

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