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#1
I'm feeling a little cocky how does it look to someone that knows what to look at    
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#2
Looks like you're pretty much in the sweet spot. What's with the 2-hour break?
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#3
took off the mask while I was sleeping 1st time in 3 weeks
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#4
It happens. You had an OA event immediately before the break and you might have reacted by taking off the mask. You only had 3 OA events and no Hypopnea all night which is effectively an AHI of 0.34. We don't treat CA events with pressure, so you can essentially subtract that from the AHI to get to your treatable events. CA is not something to be concerned with unless it becomes a prominent feature of your sleep that is disruptive. Quantitatively, you can't get much better. Having your sleep feel restful is the qualitative attribute that validates this as effective.
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#5
Looking good. Smile

If that pressure graph is typical, you could probably even tighten your upper limit to 10, since you only broke out one time and very briefly.
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#6
Looks good to me!
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#7
Not helping with the cockyness

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#8
Just be careful getting a big head, your mask might need resizing. Dielaughing
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#9
Good job! You're doing great! Even those few puny little CA's may go away in a day or so.

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