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    MRI - good news, no deterioration and no arthritis

    Sleep study: moderate apnea - maen oxygen saturation 93.4%, respiratory disturbance: 36.2 events/hr, snore count total: 1556

    Next week I have a cpap trial. After I get the cap put on my implant we will also have an oral device made.

    I am also looking for a new job as I will not be able to go back to the call centre.
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    Glad your MRI came back normal. How much will mild apnea affect you? I hope that your cpap and implant/oral device helps. All the best with your job hunt. *HUGS* Hope everything goes smoothly for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamchaser View Post
    Glad your MRI came back normal. How much will mild apnea affect you? I hope that your cpap and implant/oral device helps. All the best with your job hunt. *HUGS* Hope everything goes smoothly for you.
    Ya, I am hoping the oral device and cpap make a difference.

    The good thing about looking for a job is there is a lack of available people so there are tons of jobs (Alberta never really went through a recession - not as bad as everywhere else). I actually have an interview on Monday.
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    Good luck with your interview.

    My dad's exhaustion got way better with his CPAP. But he has to wear it nightly. I hope the oral device helps your pain quickly.

    for some good news.

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    Good luck at your interview on Monday!!

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