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OSA went away, and now back after 10 years
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RE: OSA went away, and now back after 10 years
Thanks, everyone. Much appreciate the input. Lots of little symptoms potentially coming together under this OSA dx: weight gain, gout, irritability, less mental focus, insomnia. So, the systems analogy is a good one.

Thanks!
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RE: OSA went away, and now back after 10 years
(07-12-2018, 12:38 PM)Mountain Head Wrote: Thanks, everyone.  Much appreciate the input.   Lots of little symptoms potentially coming together under this OSA dx: weight gain, gout, irritability, less mental focus, insomnia.   So, the systems analogy is a good one.

Thanks!

That! :-) +1

Yet it’s really hard for a 44 year old to admit that your system is out of sync, maybe damaged from years of exploitation, too less care, etc. :-) one step at a time! I totally agree :-)
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