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Roadrunne98 Posted - Feb 09 2020 : 3:28:33 PM
If your now breathing well, check all your tubing. I changed my nasal and the 25 foot cord and the 25 foot cord must have had a slit again. It felt like a fan opening up in my nose. I would not be surprised if that sent me to the hospital with the carbon dioxide at 144 because I wasnít getting the 02. They got it down to 71 after 3 days in the ICU fighting me every day with that c pap on me. They had to fight me to keep it on. My husband said I kept ripping it off. I bet they were glad to see me leave. Iím glad they got me home and I sent a card saying so.

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