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Do you have oxygen In your xpap.
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I would like to hear from someone that has extra oxygen mixed in their xpap. And if that cures fatigue.

Thank you.
Chaddy511
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There's someone here whose wife started using it recently. Hopefully he will see this thread. He did a thread about it not that long ago.
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