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Feeling more tired/groggy after starting treatment - Normal?
RE: Feeling more tired/groggy after starting treatment - Normal?
(06-15-2021, 01:00 PM)Deborah K. Wrote: These other folks are experts, but I can confirm that LOTS of folks feel crummy early on in their pap use.  Your body and mind have to get used to this entirely new experience.  It WILL get better, and then it will become second nature.  Hang in there.  You are on the right path.

Thank you for the words of encouragement!
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RE: Feeling more tired/groggy after starting treatment - Normal?
Hang in there. My AHI was 87.. it’s less than 1 now.. Its a marathon not a sprint.
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Brent aka Factor

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My untreated AHI was 87.  You can do it hang in there.
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