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Newbie - proof of test results?
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Sorry Westlake Ohio here not Aussie, but that does not make me a bad guy lol, have insurance with 2500 deductable but that is almost met so if they agree the cpap should be covered.
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My bad. I assumed that you had seen an Aussie doctor, ergo: that you were under the Southern Cross.
Thinking about it, I had an Aussie Helicopter instructor; but not in Australia.
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Exclaimation 
Ah yes the Aussie doctor comment about the gout, I see now, lol
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(06-18-2014, 09:16 AM)vacman Wrote: Sorry Westlake Ohio here not Aussie, but that does not make me a bad guy lol, have insurance with 2500 deductable but that is almost met so if they agree the cpap should be covered.

and after all those nice things I said about you Southerner's.... Oh well, I guess it could apply to all you Easterner's as well......... A suburb's a suburb after all.

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#15
Yep. I heard that Oregon is just a suburb of California. LOL
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(06-18-2014, 04:47 PM)PaytonA Wrote: Yep. I heard that Oregon is just a suburb of California. LOL

Actually, California used to be part of Oregon. But it broke off awhile back due to global warming.
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(06-17-2014, 10:53 AM)vacman Wrote: Had test done because of snoring as well as a doctor in Austrailia said 100 percent of his gout patients had Apnea,as I had a month long gout attack, 15 breathing stoppages and 77 events? or almost stopping? he said was a moderate problem, my issue is I hope he is honest and not just gaining a customer, is there proof of the test? thanks, I go back for cpap sleep in couple weeks

Yes, there is proof. Call the sleep lab and ask them for a copy of the results of the sleep study. A diagnosis of moderate sleep apnea results when your AHI is between 15 and 30. Mine was 23, meaning I had an average of 23 events per hour. Your doctor should have explained all this but unfortunately impaired cognition is one of the symptoms of sleep apnea. Combine that with the anxiety of being told we can't sleep and breathe at the same time (two bodily functions fundamental to our existence) and it's no wonder we have trouble sorting it all out.

The good news though, is that CPAP therapy is a highly effective treatment for this ailment. Often there are problems adapting to it, but once you clear that hurdle you will have a new lease on life. CPAP therapy is a modern miracle.

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Thanks, it was done at his office, I'll ask for results
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(06-19-2014, 12:13 AM)retired_guy Wrote:
(06-18-2014, 04:47 PM)PaytonA Wrote: Yep. I heard that Oregon is just a suburb of California. LOL

Actually, California used to be part of Oregon. But it broke off awhile back due to global warming.

If that is the case, how come you guys have all those California expats up there?? Just another case of urban flight!
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