I too found out last week that I no longer need to use my CPAP machinechrisa said:I'M a lucky girl i got rid of my hosehead a couple of months ago when i had lost 7 stone i had to get wired up for another sleep test and it was very good result i am NORMAL (they say you learn something new everyday) So my machine was packed up and off back to the hospital. My husband never hears me snore now so no more complaints or having to get up and go and sleep down stairs Good luck xx
its great to hear that you're feeling so much betterhiya caren - yes i am. i hadn't really thought about it but since you have pointed it out - you're right darlin.
i haven't been sitting on the bed in the middle of the night [ashamed to say that i have fallen off the bed a number of times and cracked my head on the wardrobe - good job there's nowt to damage [my head i mean not the wardrobe] ha ha. and, i have noticed i am waking up at a regular time [8 a.m.] every day and haven't nodded off in front of the telly for a few days now either!!
i've got my fingers and toes crossed that if i keep this up i will be able to have my op arranged for the 0rd may caren. what is your current situation darlin? i read that you were considering going privately? i just couldn't have afforded to do that without robbing a bank but i know how desperate we can feel. i will keep doing the lotto and if i win i will share my luck with those who can't get funding for their op - we have to have a dream dont we? xx
Thank yougenevive57 said:gosh, another fabulous weight loss darlin and again how fantastic for you not to need to use CPAP again. congratulations and, its really reassuring to see such a big loss for a sleevie as this is the op i am hopefully having on may 03rd xx