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DH did it!
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DH has been so impressed with how much my machine has changed my sleep, HE got an appointment with a sleep doc.  They did an at-home study last night (which I woke up for throughout the night to make sure everything was still on!).  The pulse oxymeter came off a couple of times - despite a lot of tape - and I am really hoping that doesn't invalidate anything.  Anyhow, he should hear back in the next day or so, and I'm guessing we'll be the masked couple soon.  Smile
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Somehow, the baser side of me is thinking about how there might be some adult film of two masked hoseheads, Ughgh.

Best luck to you and hubby, I can say that CPAP is by orders of magnitude the best health decision I have ever made.
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It is not uncommon for the pulse oxymeter to come off during tests, they should be able to allow for that without much problem. 

No heavy petting when you both start using CPAP, might be hard for the coroner to figure out how the hell you both got so tangled that you strangled each other with CPAP hoses. 
Dielaughing
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I see this thread is going down the wrong path lol.

Anyway glad to hear your own experience Equine mom might soon help the other half thus giving both of you a better quality of life!!
APNEABOARD - A great place to be if you're a hosehead!! Rolleyes

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EVERY ACCOMPLISHMENT BEGINS WITH THE DECISION TO TRY!
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Hi Equine mom,
It’s good to hear your husband got a sleep study, Good luck to him as he starts his CPAP journey.
trish6hundred
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I'd hate to think of the wonky readings on an auto machine...
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like So funny!  We are a two PAP couple and find we need to sleep back to back so the exhaust of one's PAP doesn't blow on the other!
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(05-16-2017, 11:13 PM)TASmart Wrote: Somehow, the baser side of me is thinking about how there might be some adult film of two masked hoseheads, Ughgh.

Best luck to you and hubby, I can say that CPAP is by orders of magnitude the best health decision I have ever made.

My wife just started CPAP this year...guess what's better. Cool
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(05-17-2017, 05:35 AM)cate1898 Wrote: I see this thread is going down the wrong path lol.

Why is it the wrong path??  Grin

Better sleep leads to better 'everything else'   Bigwink

Now I just need to convince my wife to get checked for apnoea, she is a snorer and doesn't get enough hours of sleep.. constant fatigue, and other health issues are often present with her.
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Me too.
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