I have been on a CPAP machine and then a BIPAP machine at night to keep me breathing since 1996.
Recently had a pulse ox monitoring test at nights which determines if the oxygen levels in your blood remain in normal range at night. It a little clip you put in your finger and it records your pulse oxygen levels. It should be 94%or greater. My oxygen level was too low at 88% part of the time at night.
Now I will need oxygen supplementation at night. What a pain. I can put Oxygen Concentrating machine right next to the Bipap Machine which is right next to my pacemaker monitoring device. This is getting to be a bit much.
Does anyone else have this problem? Any ideas on if it is a likely result of APS problems or something separate?
Nancy in West Virginia