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Dreamwear Frame size issues
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Dreamwear Frame size issues
Hello, 


I wear a dreamwear medium sized frame and find it a bit too tight at correct level of headgear grip. I feel the frame is a tad bit closer to my eyes instead of how it should be (between ears and eyes). I tried a large headgear and found it to be just a tad too big for me. I could probably really tighten up the headgear tabs to get a comfortable fit - I don't like my frame to sit loose as I sleep on my side and I find the mask dislodges from where it ideally is supposed to sit - right beneath the nostrils. Anyone else who is of a weird head shape like mine ? 
So the medium is a tad too tight and the Large is a tad too loose. What options could I have ? 

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RE: Dreamwear Frame size issues
How about going down a size of cushion when you go up a size of frame?
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