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    Metalica posted:
    I was diagnosed as having mild sleep apnea and then was informed that I do not need the CPAP?????? Even after I explained prior to the sleep study that I had problems staying asleep-wake up caughing, choking, gasping and wake up at least 3 up to 5 times a night every night. I scored 14 and was informed the norm is 5. Anyone ever heard of this? I quess I have trust issues...... Help?
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    gramkay61 responded:
    What do they say you Do need then?


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