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Switching from FFM to nasal pillows?
Pretty much since I've started using the CPAP, I don't sleep in the same room with my wife anymore--over 2 years.  She hates the mask blowing on her face and recently she says she can hear the mask leaking although Sleepyhead isn't reporting any major leaks, but she's a light sleeper so I don't blame her.

Anyway, I miss sleeping in the same bed and I want to try nasal pillows to minimize the blowing and the leaking.

Sleepyhead seems to show I'm generally not a mouth breather.

I have a Resmed S9.  Can anyone suggest nasal pillows that will fit the S9 hose?  Does the Airfit P10 fit the S9 hose? I've been wearing a medium Mirage Quattro full face mask.  If you switched from FFM to pillows, did you hate it?

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ALL masks fit ALL cpap hoses.
Get the P10 fit kit (has sm, med and lg pillows) and I love it.

Read the Mask Primer about mouth breathing, just in case.
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