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Hi Mum40.

I had it. Real bad. I was stopping breathing and waking up once, on average, every 48 seconds.

So, why do I tell you this?

From the very first night I had the CPAP Machine, I felt great. Slept all the way through. Okay it did put the op back 3 months, that is the bad point, but I did feel better straight away. And my wife got a decent nights sleep as well.

So what I am saying is, if you do have it look on the postives. It can be treated – real easy and then you feel better – straight away.

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