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Trevorjack's Therapy Thread
Trevorjack's Therapy Thread
Hi guys,

It's been nearly a week since I upped my pressure to 7 with an EPR of 3 from a pressure of 6 with an EPR of 3. While I am feeling better, I still feel fatigued in the morning, and I notice in my OSCAR that my flow limitations are still high, and I experience OAs even when sleeping on my side or stomach, which causes me to wake up 5+ times a night.

During this time, I also switched to a P10 Nasal Pillow on the doctor's advice because the Philips Hybrid Mask kept getting dislodged during my sleep. So far, it's been easier to sleep with and use the APAP longer; the only issue is that I keep suffering mouth leaks despite taping my mouth shut.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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