Thank you so much for helping me.
I got some feeling that my mask maybe its a little to small for me, its a "m" size mask, and when its on, its just below my lower lip and and a little down on my nose from my forehead. But I'll take a look at the liners and gel pads.
Many masks will seal with a looser fit. Try relaxing the straps so the mask can be lifted off your face and it will gently form a seal. If it requires the straps to be too tight, the fit may be wrong.
Mask liners usually fix leak and comfort problems, but may make a poor (too small) fit worse.
Try the next size up then.
Or you could use a chin strap and either a nasal mask or nasal pillow.
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Hi Frode Molland,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
The mask is the hardest part of this therapy. Just keep trying 'till you find a mask that works for you.
Much success to you with your CPAP therapy.