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New Cpap user 1 week. Need any help I can get.
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(01-11-2018, 03:57 PM)bonjour Wrote: Your numbers are VERY good.  They do not NEED adjustments, and being under 5 AHI you are considered treated.
Remember these settings because they look like a very safe place to go back to.
Any changes you make need to be small and given about a week to evaluate.  That said I would slowly raise the minimum (.4-.6, you can't do .5)  This is to see if we can further reduce the obstructive events you are having.  A VERY important question to ask is "How do you feel?"

Fred

Whats .4-.6? I cant do .5?

I have auto set to 6-11.

I have start pressure 5 with epr 1 on ramp only.

I woke up ok, but got tired around 2pm and went back to bed with machine. I slept till 5:30 or so. First time I did that..

But I took a different stomach medication. Not sure if that had a cause. I dont think so. Im tired now too... ugggg.


Ill post my nap results...
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#32
OK it was only a hour and 20 min nap...LOL... But im tired..

IDK if I have another underlying medical condition... Im going back to the general doctor tomorrow...

As my first post stated I been through this whole tired thing for a year now...

LOL hey sleep for an hour and you get a smile face..

Also note this 1 20 min nap I was dreaming like mad... 

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Raise the minimum from 6 to 6.4 cmH2O.  (your machine restricts you to .2 cmH2O increments)
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(01-12-2018, 10:43 AM)bonjour Wrote: Raise the minimum from 6 to 6.4 cmH2O.  (your machine restricts you to .2 cmH2O increments)

OK
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