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I keep waking up around 4-5am
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I keep waking up around 4-5am
Most of my recent nights have gotten a score of 100 on MyAir, but I'm still having a lot of trouble with my ResMed AirCurve 10.  As the title states, I wake up literally every night around 4 or 5 am for whatever reason.  I also am starting to have stomach trouble (my guess is from air in the abdomen).  I get a really bad burning sensation that won't go away, even with meds.  I take Prilosec OTC and Alka-Seltzer for the abdominal discomfort.  My pressure ranges between 9-15 and my humidity is 3.  I've also attached some screenshots from Oscar.  Let me know are any more details I should provide.  Thanks in advance.


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