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Good morning,
Ive been doing CPAP since 2007. bonded well with machines and masks. My original pressure was 16, that was 2007 when I had a 22 inch neck and weighted 247 pounds.
I have had a lot of issues this year and did another study and they
titrated me at a 9....!!
last night was the first night, does the fact that I dreamed all night
and can remember most of them mean I was in a deep cycle of sleep?
I only remember waking a couple of times.
glad to be part of this board. thanks for advice.
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RE: new pressure
Looks like you're using a Philips Respironics 60 Series something or another. Could you tell us which model? You should see Auto, Pro or CPAP on there, or find a number on the back that is like 560P, 460P or 260P.

Other than the 260P, that machine produces efficacy data that can be read using SleepyHead software. None of us can judge from here, the quality of your sleep, but is doesn't sound so bad. Welcome to the forum. Try to get information in the machine model you are using, and maybe we can offer some additional insights.
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RE: new pressure
Hi Kendall,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
I wish you good luck as you continue your CPAP therapy.
trish6hundred
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