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RE: suffering terribly, help!
what are you referring to, this robysue keeps posting on my threads and she isn't even a doctor and making all sorts of incorrect assertions. I don't even know if she even has sleep apnea since her settings are so low
(This post was last modified: 04-24-2014 09:04 PM by physicsstudent13.)
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Post: #22
RE: suffering terribly, help!
(04-24-2014 09:04 PM)physicsstudent13 Wrote:  what are you referring to, this robysue keeps posting on my threads and she isn't even a doctor and making all sorts of incorrect assertions. I don't even know if she even has sleep apnea since her settings are so low

physicsstudent13, robysue gave you excellent advice, although I sadly feel that her time and effort to help you may have been wasted.
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Post: #23
RE: suffering terribly, help!
(04-24-2014 09:04 PM)physicsstudent13 Wrote:  what are you referring to, this robysue keeps posting on my threads and she isn't even a doctor and making all sorts of incorrect assertions. I don't even know if she even has sleep apnea since her settings are so low

Well, first, we have told you that we are NOT doctors, yet you continue to ask about medications, etc. This is about sleep apnea, not medication that you always ask about and we have told you to consult with a doctor.

What incorrect assertions has robysue made? I don't see them. And, whether she has sleep apnea or not isn't what matters. FYI, there are a lot of people with apnea that have low settings.

I think you are seeking advice that this forum is not about and perhaps you would be better served to seek a forum that caters to medication questions. I know that I have asked you questions and so have others and you don't answer them.

I have received a lot of valuable info from robysue and many others here and she has always helped me understand things that I needed help with regarding apnea.

I have no clue how to help you other than suggest you search for a doc that you trust and stick with that doc.
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physicsstudent13, if you wish to start another on the same subject, feel free to do so. However, please refrain from putting down another member for his/her opinion. What you said below is what we consider wrong and any future statements such as this will result in a warning.

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