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[Symptoms] Chest Pains
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Chest Pains
I am 9 months into my journey and am feeling worse every day. I have changed mask types and pressure and other settings with my sleep technician but am still not experiencing a success story. My main complaints are gas pains which can wake me at night, and follow me through the day. It hurts my chest to take deep full breaths. My pressure setting is at 7.0 which is much lower than when I first started therapy and my nightly AHI results seem to please my sleep technician but I am very uncomfortable and feel unwell most of the time. Can any set me on the course for success? I have included my report for the last month. Is this data helpful in telling me what is going on? I would be grateful for any advice or insights any of you may have for me.


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