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MADDOG
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Hi Gang
In the morning my eyes are terrible,as the day goes on they get better and better.

So i got my eye appointment at 1 in the afternoon and got new glasses.

They fail in the morning ,get great at 1 P.M., then get worse and worse by evening they are useless.

Lyme or my sleep apneia which i have no machine for.

MADDOG

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Lymetoo
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Do you not have insurance? CPAPS are covered.

It's life or death, ya know.

I LOVE mine. I has changed my life!!

My eyes need cataract surgery soon.

Hang in there!

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MADDOG
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Hi Lymetoo
They got me one on a rental program,it was hooked to a cell phone tower. I could not get used to it fast enough they took it away from me.

I felt like they were watching me all the time and it made it hard to sleep.

The rental place was a bunch of henie holes.

The guy there got mad at me for needing to use the restroom.

Later they closed the rest room there to everyone.
And me with interstitial cystitis later found to have prostate cancer.

MADDOG
P.S. I am going to file about 7 law suits next year.

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Sounds like you SHOULD sue a few, MD!!!

The place I went to was very nice. I think I made at least 2-3 trips to the restroom myself. I have IC also, so it's just part of the deal.

But you know what? Now I can sleep 6-8 hours straight with the CPAP.

they require 4 hours of usage a night or they take it away.

It's not the easiest thing to get used to, but I was determined because I was having more and more episodes of A-fib before I got on the CPAP. Now i've only had one episode in the past year and a half. I'd like to live awhile.

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Ann-Ohio
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there are alternatives to CPAP. Here is one.

Micro CPAP Sleep Apnea Machine For Travel & Anti Snoring

https://www.kindappl.com/products/micro-cpap-sleep-apnea-machine-for-travel-anti-snoring_b2309737?currency=USD&variant_sku_code=2087015-467827-2458746-467828-2458747-0-0&gclid=EAIa IQobChMI3tHwttmc_AIVNxXUAR1WdwkiEAQYASABEgIjhfD_BwE

I am not advertising it, just an example.

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Hope you can see an ophthalmologist for your eye problems.

Stay safe and warm and have some treats for good doggies.

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