And, when I look at my last sleep study results, I wanted to get some information on things that I saw so I could better address them with the doc during my Monday appointment.
Finding out info is a wise thing to do and doesn't mean one is stressing.
Thanks for your input.
I do not know what is actually considered a 'high pressure' now. Min EPAP of 8, PS of 7, makes a min IPAP of 15 - used to be a mouth-only breather for most of my life, after some surgery, I (mostly) breathe through my nose. Am getting a device to record my O2 stats at night, so we shall see.
After multiple PEs, multiple times, my O2 bounces between 90-94 when awake and doing stuff, but my DR said that is to be expected with the scarring on my lungs now. (yes, blood thinners for life now)
*I* am not a DOCTOR or any type of Health Care Professional. My thoughts/suggestions/ideas are strictly only my opinions.
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