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I finally had a wonderful full night's sleep...and then last night while on cpap, I got the hiccups! I took off my mask and within 5 minutes, the hiccups were gone. This happened twice. Any thoughts?
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(06-15-2014, 06:46 AM)gingigingi13 Wrote: I finally had a wonderful full night's sleep...and then last night while on cpap, I got the hiccups! I took off my mask and within 5 minutes, the hiccups were gone. This happened twice. Any thoughts?
Yep. Put the mask back on.

But other than that I haven't heard this to be a big problem before. So maybe it's just a passing fancy.

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#3
A change to a nasal pillow did the trick. I was "swallowing too much air". Last nght I slept 8 full hours!
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#4
Good job gingi,

How are you feeling?
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#5
Other than out of control blood pressure and a knee that won't bend, I feel like I finally got a good night's sleep! Somuch better...thanks!
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(06-20-2014, 12:01 PM)gingigingi13 Wrote: Other than out of control blood pressure and a knee that won't bend, I feel like I finally got a good night's sleep! Somuch better...thanks!

After I was on the machine for a couple months my blood pressure started coming down on it's own. Not a lot, but some.

The knee thing? Well, that's probably your old football injury, so not much help there. It'll keep you out of the draft though.........


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#7
What do you mean RG. We all sleep in a draft!

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