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bloated feeling
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does anyone ever have a bloated feeling since using a cpap and if so do you get use to the feeling or does it go away.as always thanks in advance
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#2
Yes, it's a common effect. The CPAP machine pumps air into your stomach. One remedy is to lower the pressure, the other is to switch to a bi-level machine.

You should download and install SleepyHead. You'll be able to see if lowering the pressure is advisable.
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I actually just bought a dell windows 10 for just that reason but having some trouble with time warner and my wireless router have a tech coming next week but first thing im doing is downloading sleepy head and I just went from a full mask to a nasal mask and my 90%pressure was 15 which is the lowest so far and my ahi was 2.7 also lowest so far just feel bloated more now,nothing I cant deal with just odd
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#4
The swallowing of air is called aerophagia. It does tend to go away as we adapt, and often we have to lower the pressure, at least temporarily, until the problem goes away. Mine never went away entirely, but it no longer bothers me. It just causes some extra flatulence at times.
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