You do need a better set of results for the apnea side. The o2 tells part of the story, but not enough. You can as Michael suggests, surmise that you do have apnea based on other symptoms. Getting up lots of times in the night, daytime drowsiness - perhaps even a tendency to fall asleep behind the wheel, snoring (that's a biggy).
But you need some ahi numbers to quantify just what is going on. Then, you need to begin working on what pressures and what machine will be required to provide you with a new life.
........and all that is coming your way! Good job taking control of your destiny.
Thanks to all who replied...
Mike: you were really peeing 8 times a night? And cpap stopped it? I pee twice like clockwork, both times with a very full bladder. Volume-wise, I make as much pee overnight as during the day.
Rhymer: I was told once that I held my breath for a long time during sleep. I mentioned this to a urologist and he said I should check the apnea angle for my nocturia. Before this, I was thinking my peeing had something to do with low aldosterone associated with adrenal fatigue. An endo says no adrenal fatigue (but others say my tests suggest I do...). I was also just diagnosed with a heart murmur, MVP and a leaky mitral valve that will require surgery (lucky me!). And I see that this could be the cause of the apnea (if I have it!).
Retired Guy: YEs, I guess the results I have are not enough to make a diagnosis, so I'll get the full test, since my insurance covers it completely, I'm told.