... levels dropped to 40-50% and had 146 sleep issues. He seen on tv where they did an operation on the soft tissue in the back of the throat area. Has anyone had this done or is it always the only remedy to wear that cpap mask?
Yes, surgery does work in some cases. But with the sleep study that bad he needs the c-pap immediately, till he can find someone that will do the surgery. He may not be a candidate.
It is really not that bad wearing the mask, I have one. You could not take mine away from me for love nor money. I sleep so much better and much happier since using the c-pap.
I am so glad you found out now... you realize he could had died from this !! This is really urgent !! I know your husband will say I did not notice it before the test. But you only die once !
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