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Really??
#1
I haven't even started my therapy, don't pick my equipment up until tomorrow, and the hubs has already started the Darth Vader jokes!!Annoyed-and-disappointed

Oh-jeez
Starrbelie
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#2
Sounds like a guy with a great sense of humor.

Does he snore? Smile
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#3
Like a frickin' freight train!!
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#4
He's next. Let the games begin.
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#5
Right?!?! He has snored for the entire 27 years we have been married!
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#6
then he is long overdue for his sleep study and machine before he has some medical issues that come from not being treated for OSA.
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#7
I agree, me50! I've begged him get checked out but we know how that goes! He is starting to soften a little, he's made the comment he should go a couple times now that I've been diagnosed. That's as much a reason I'm determined to make mine work as me feeling better! I'm fighting an uphill battle with him! Other than when he was seriously injured at work, I can count on one hand the number of times the man has been to the doctor in the last 27 years. Plus, he has a couple of friends who have OSA and hate their CPAPs. So, they've filled his head with horror stories!
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(06-16-2015, 10:51 PM)Starrbelie Wrote: I agree, me50! I've begged him get checked out but we know how that goes! He is starting to soften a little, he's made the comment he should go a couple times now that I've been diagnosed. That's as much a reason I'm determined to make mine work as me feeling better! I'm fighting an uphill battle with him! Other than when he was seriously injured at work, I can count on one hand the number of times the man has been to the doctor in the last 27 years. Plus, he has a couple of friends who have OSA and hate their CPAPs. So, they've filled his head with horror stories!

I refused to deal with my OSA for years. Now I know what a fool was I. I love getting a good nights rest and having a better day for it.

Maybe this?

A smart man learns from his experiences.
A wise man learns form the experiences of others.
(Perhaps mention if he learns from your experience with cpap that makes him a Wise Man?)
A fool never learns at all.
I use my PAP machine nightly and I feel great!
Updated: Philips Respironics System One (60 Series)
RemStar BiPAP Auto with Bi-FlexModel 760P -
Rise Time x3 Fixed Bi-Level EPAP 9.0 IPAP 11.5 (cmH2O)
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#9
I like the way you think, Mark! I just plan on being the poster child for CPAP therapy!! No matter what obstacles I encounter, I will do my best to stay positive in front of him! Helps that he works out of town during the week and is only home on weekends!

Cool
Starr
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#10
only one thing better than a hose head. 2 hose heads!
QAL
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