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Re: Newbie would like to hear success stories, please.

Posted: Sun Jul 03, 2022 8:08 pm
by Alweeja
I have used my ResMed for 5 years, till she died. I am now searching for a replacement….any Suggestions for me?

Re: Newbie would like to hear success stories, please.

Posted: Mon Jul 04, 2022 7:58 am
by ChicagoGranny
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Re: Newbie would like to hear success stories, please.

Posted: Mon Jul 04, 2022 8:16 am
by Pugsy
ChicagoGranny wrote:
Mon Jul 04, 2022 7:58 am
Alweeja wrote:
Sun Jul 03, 2022 8:08 pm
I have used my ResMed for 5 years, till she died. I am now searching for a replacement….any Suggestions for me?
Please start your own thread, and people will help you. This thread is reserved for success stories.
Already done.
I have no idea why he posted this post last night in this thread.
viewtopic/t184631/My-ResMed-CPAP-DIED-a ... stion.html
Except the fact that no one has recommended a specific machine but then he/she hasn't told us exactly which machine was being used. Can't recommend anything if we don't know what is being used.
I am sure everyone has a model on their finger tips but that model might not be what this person is actually using.

Re: Newbie would like to hear success stories, please.

Posted: Sun Jul 24, 2022 6:43 pm
by Billymadison420
Been on the hose for 7 days. My life has gone from almost intolerable and devoid of joy, to great again. My energy is back. My joy is back. My BP is normal again, and stomach issues are somehow gone. It took me until 35 to get diagnosed.

Re: Newbie would like to hear success stories, please.

Posted: Tue Nov 01, 2022 6:34 am
by Waycoolnurse
Hello, New to the Forum but not to CPAP. Have had it since 2009. On my third machine, now on AutoPap. (Setting is lower ,7.5 vs 9). I noticed the difference immediately but not a burst of energy, just able to function all day, no falling asleep in meetings (snoring sitting up), no more snoring (kids told me when visiting). Like others, I don't love the machine but I don't hate it either. But the few times I forgot my machine on a work trip, I drove back home to get it!!!

Most significant difference other than being able to stay awake all day?

NO HORRIFIC LEG CRAMPS. Holey Moley! That's a blessing. Also no headaches and/or reflux. I need to sleep more but that's a me thing not a CPAP thing. I missed my old forum on Yahoo, glad to find this one.