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[Diagnosis] A bit lost after WatchPat result
#21
RE: A bit lost after WatchPat result
An updated OSCAR chart would be helpful.
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RE: A bit lost after WatchPat result
This was from last night:


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Last night's data: feel like ive been hit by a truck


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Here's last night's data. Shrunk my p10 strap a bit to deal with what i thought were mask leaks but it looks like its more an issue with my mouth. Tried to turn down pressure to se if Id keep the tape fully on, but alas keep waking up with tape half off covered in drool Sad


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RE: A bit lost after WatchPat result
Anyone have an idea what I should do? I already use a cervical collar and mout tape and it looks like im still getting mouth leaks .
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RE: A bit lost after WatchPat result
Hi there,

Ive been able to get my leaks down a bit with better mouth tape. I think the remaining leaks are from my p10 rather tahn from my moutb. Would anyone be able to take a look at my OSCAR data and see if i should change any of my settings? Still feeling horrible. Thank you !


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RE: A bit lost after WatchPat result
With very good OSCAR data like this, maybe you need to consider what other medical problems there might be that needs attention. The PAP is providing very good results, but it's not helping much it seems.
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RE: A bit lost after WatchPat result
Are you saying the data is good because my AHI is low ? I dont have OSA, i have UARS.
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Hi everyone, Ive been fiddling with my vauto for 4 months no and Im not getting any relief. As I'm 24, thin and from the UK ive had to buy everything myself and will be given no assistance from the NHS on how to treat this. Would someone be able to take at look at my OSCAR screensshots for me? I've had this since Ive was 10, and Id quite like to finally not wake up feeling like ive been hit by a bus and so any help would be appreciated Smile


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You have on thread already started on this subject. I will merge this one with it.
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