05-01-2016, 08:27 PM
(This post was last modified: 05-01-2016, 09:12 PM by OMyMyOHellYes.)
OK, as much as I have disliked when I have tried nasal pillows in the past, I am thinking I may have to have a flappy skin thing cut off my face between my eye and the bridge of my nose. If so, I will not likely be able to use my traditional nasal mask for a couple of weeks as this thing is right under the mask seal.
There are a few that I have seen mentioned from time to time but haven't paid much attention as I never intended to use one. I know it is all subjective, but I usually haven't had much trouble switching from mask to mask and I'm hoping that will be the same with switching to pillows for a while and I am hoping that like the nasal masks, it won't matter much which one I end up with. What are the school solution(s) nowadays?
I found the P10 to be very comfortable. My problem is that I am a mouth breather and could not find a reliable way short of super glue to stop that.
The "secret" for me to the P10 being comfortable is to put in on very loose. From the descriptions I hear of how people do it on here, I think most have it way to tight. With me, it sealed perfectly when as loose as I could get it and then tried breathing in and out a couple times and it would inflate and seal. So, loose but not flopping around.
I am not a Medical professional and I don't play one on the internet.
Started CPAP Therapy April 5, 2016
I'd Rather Be Sleeping
I have to get my P10 angled just right into (maybe onto) my nostrils and I'm usually good for a while or until my bathroom break.
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