Worried - Severe Desaturation- Mild Apnea

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Re: Worried - Severe Desaturation- Mild Apnea

Post by MMcG » Fri Jan 14, 2022 12:20 pm

I would love a night's sleep like that! If you're waking up feeling refreshed too, then it looks like the CPAP treatment has resolved whatever was causing the oxygen desaturation.

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Re: Worried - Severe Desaturation- Mild Apnea

Post by Harmonyhill » Fri Jan 14, 2022 2:14 pm

Thank you MMcG for noticing my desaturation was 90% of the night:

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Just for clarity, she did say between 80-89% for 89% of the sleep time. That's not "a few times a night". That sort of desaturation for nearly all the night is something that needs to be addressed urgently.

That’s why I wanted to take quick action while waiting for my appointments. I have gotten the courage and good feedback here on my two OSCARs so I truly appreciate this forum.