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Having used my CPAP, Oxygen Generator and ResMed Activa Masks religiously for going on seven years, I am in no hurry to give up my CPAP. I will likely have another sleep study as I near my goal weight next year, so I guess I will have to cross that bridge or make my stand then. Frankly, I can't imagine sleeping without it now. Anyone else feel this attached to their CPAP and Mask? Hope you all have a great day. All the best -
I really don't worry about tomorrow anymore, because Today is enough for me. God bless you and yours always - "Sprink"
In 2005 I was diagnosed with Sleep Apnea. After weight loss surgery in 2009, I no longer have it. Losing weight has many advantages.
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i thank that once you are on the c-pap machine you should probably stay on it.
I have been using mine for about one year. I have since lost 60 pounds. Does anyone know if after losing a lot of weight one can stop using a CPAP? I have lost my job and health insurance so I cant check in with Dr. about this. I know Im not ready to give it up yet, but really don't like using it and I would love to think that I could give up it in the future.
Today I can do or undo; the choice is mine.