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Wheezing? [due to CPAP use?]
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Wheezing? [due to CPAP use?]
Always something... I'm wheezing. I had to use my rescue inhaler. Only the third time this year. Does anyone know if this has to do with humidity? Too much pressure? Too little?

It's an A10A 4Her. Auto 5-15, humidity at Auto.
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RE: Wheezing? [due to CPAP use?]
You have been coaxed to post data...still waiting. Whatever has caused you to need an inhaler in the past remains the primary suspect today.
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RE: Wheezing? [due to CPAP use?]
Yikes! The machine smells like burning electronics. The machine is not hot. Nor is the power supply. I've turned it off.
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RE: Wheezing? [due to CPAP use?]
(09-29-2017, 08:49 PM)Sleeprider Wrote: You have been coaxed to post data...still waiting.  Whatever has caused you to need an inhaler in the past remains the primary suspect today.

I don't need coaxing! I don't have an SD card reader yet, so I have no way to upload data. It's been on order from a major online outlet for a week.
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RE: Wheezing? [due to CPAP use?]
I need to resurrect my wheezing question.... I'm still wheezing a week later. Rattling in my lungs.

Does this sound familiar to anyone?
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RE: Wheezing? [due to CPAP use?]
Yes, I currently have that problem. I get it in the Fall. It is worse if I forget to take generic Prevecid. I have silent acid reflux that worsens at certain times of the year (why? No clue). Excessive humidity is more likely to cause sinus issues than lung issues.
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RE: Wheezing? [due to CPAP use?]
(10-05-2017, 01:15 PM)Mosquitobait Wrote: Yes, I currently have that problem. I get it in the Fall. It is worse if I forget to take generic Prevecid.  I have silent acid reflux that worsens at certain times of the year (why? No clue).  Excessive humidity is more likely to cause sinus issues than lung issues.

Thanks SquitoBait.

I will say the CPAP has really helped clear my nose. I can sleep and breathe through my nose like the good ol' days. I've never been a wheezer....
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RE: Wheezing? [due to CPAP use?] Problem solved.
Problem solved. I turned down the humidifier one notch and the temperature 3 degrees.
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