(06-08-2015, 07:59 AM)OpalRose Wrote: tedburnsIII,
Thanks for explaining your situation. It's good to keep tabs on your oxygen levels. I occasionally wear an overnight monitor to check mine. During sleep test, mine went as low as 69%. Explains why I was non-functioning. But now, with therapy, it stays up most of the night.
It's good that we all have different opinions on CPAP therapy, this way we can learn from one another.
I agree that self-education is the best thing your can do for yourself.
I hope original OP will respond again and let us know how he is doing.
Your case- was there a suggestion/possible recommendation for night time supplemental oxygen?