First of all, I've been on CPAP for 70 something days and have not had any real issues adjusting. Well except that my lenght of sleep hasn't gotten any longer.
I had a sleep study done at the Internation Sleep Institute. So that means that I don't have a Respitory Doctor, a Dr. at the sleep lab reviewed my data recommended a titration study and then recommended CPAP 8 cm H20. Care then switch over to my primary care Dr.
My DME guy called at the 30 day mark to ask if I was using the CPAP and if it was working. I answered yes to both questions and that was it. I asked if he wanted me to send in the data card and he didn't understand, english was not his first language. So that was the first and last follow-up.
Should I be looking for a Dr. to review my data?
Your DME should be giving you a lot more support. I have only been on my CPAP for about 6 weeks and I am so glad that I have my DME. I can drop in anytime or phone anytime if I have a question or concern. I have had 2 sleep doctor visits and another one tomorrow. I've had 2 oximetry tests. After being on the machine for 2 weeks I had to bring in my machine and they looked at the reports to see how I was doing. If you bought your machine from a DME then you paid a premium to get that support.