New member have used cpap for over ten years did a new sleep study
found i was having too many eposiodes with my current pressure.
got a new bipap machine with a new higher pressure 16 low was 12
was on 9 before.could not tolerate this as i became bloated and had shortness of breath lowered it to 14 and 10 same problem,have not been back yet .use nasal pillows.any ideas?
Welcome to the forum. I will leave helpful comments to someone who has the same machine that you have. We will need a few more specifics like the model number of your machine. If you remove the water chamber from your humidifier and turn it upside down there is a sticker that has the model number. The model number is a 3 digit number with a "P" after it - like 660P. That will tell our members that are knowledgeable about Respironics machines exactly which one you have.
It would also be helpful for all if you would download the Sleepyhead software (free) and put it on your computer. Then if your computer does not have an SD card reader built in, a small investment will get you one and you can download the data from your machine's SD card and find out a lot about what is going on every night and you can relay that information to the forum to make it reasonable for someone to give you some advice.
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Hang in there for more answers to your question and much success to you with your CPAP therapy and getting it optimized to work well for you.