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Old 08-24-2009, 11:37 AM   #25
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Re: sleep apnea?

Originally Posted by Robert D Taylor Jr View Post
No, I'm probably not going to fight it. I'm going to get the surgery and the powerlung and maybe breathe right strips, the machine seems like an adjunct or something to use when other methods have failed. Taking sleeping meds to avoid the drowning feeling I get is not a sound idea for me. Frank, I'm too experienced with the negatives of them. I've never been exposed to Remeron but Trazadone is mood altering. My own patient experiences with sleep meds have colored my views of them. Frank, I DO appreciate the time you've spent on this topic with me. Please read no defensiveness in this response from me, but the more I learn the more I think the alternatives are my path.
None taken.. You do what you think is right for you to overcome the problem.
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