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Having surgery when you have sleep apnoea
RE: Having surgery when you have sleep apnoea
I have had many many overnight hospital stays after surgery and during recovery they raise your head up, so CPAP isn't required. It's easy to set up in your room, or get a nurse to do it
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RE: Having surgery when you have sleep apnoea
Hmmmm... My experience with accidentally falling asleep propped up looked like this:
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I 46 minutes I spent 20 minutes not breathing!

This is my sleep apnea nemesis -- I fall asleep in chairs, couches, cars (passenger seat!) and with or without CPAP I have terrible clusters of apneas.
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