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of PLM without associated cortical arousals, central apneas, and oxygen desaturation w/a XXXXXXX of 84 ... are some serious spinal cervical, thoracic and lumbar damage (w/ cervical fusion.) Tags: central apnea ...

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deteriation of vision over 6 month period. Also a few central apneas occured during the study. I was wondering if there could be a condition causing the apnea and other syntoms. Would a brain tumor or Some other brain defect ...

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I Have several health issues/. MG, diabetes , Hashimoto's, severe immune defiencey Restrictive lund disease due to MG, central apnea , narcolepsy , etc. My problen at the moment is purulent sores all over ...

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which may have flawed data. I also had 3 central apneas. Should this be alarming? thier duration ... thing im worried about is brain tumor . This could be responsible for insomnia, central apnea, headaches ...

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sinuses closing during sleep, causing much sleep apnea. In fact, I can now say that my breathing became ... apneas. I was quite worried because I feared that I had mild heart failure as central apneas are unusual ...

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I just had an overnight sleep test. I was diagnosed with severe Sleep Apnea (66%). While the majority is caused by obstruction, there is also central apnea involved. In the results, I noticed that I ...

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episodes. He now has central apnea. Can this come out of nowhere? ... and they monitored him, ran the ph test and said he showed no signs of apnea or reflux. They put him on the apnea ...

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My daughter is almost 7 yrs old. Nov 25 started snoring and sleep apnea. Sleep test says obstructive and central apnea...tonsils are 3 of 4 and adenoids 40% blocking. Saw pedi neurologist ...

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husband has sleep apnea and mild to mod copd--had been using cpap for years without any pulmonary problems. after another follow-up sleep study it was determined he also had central apnea. Last Dec ...

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I have CVID and get treatments every month by IVig. I am always getting sinus infections they just never seems to go away and broncitius every year along with some other medical issues such Central Apnea ...

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Ive a lot of health issues in the past 17 months (heart attack, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, latent tb, central apnea, broken rib and injured back). In the past month or so, my ...

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, ect...dont snore, but have never been tested for sleep apnea. read about central apnea ...

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), but the nighttime shortness of breath began this year. IO had tow at home sleep apnea tests which ruled out Obstructive Sleep Apnea, but noted some possible Central apneas. Then, yesterday, I had a CBC, Metabolic panel ...

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for hospital stay to confirm results prdominatelty central apnea? Have to go ...Hi I suffer from epilepsy, glaucoma and have a mix of central and sleep apnea. AHI 35.7 Snore sleep ...

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central apneas, and again 0% REM. If a person doesn t get any REM sleep, won t that affect memory and how ... recently had a sleep study that showed 3 episodes of obstructive apnea 142 arousals and 0% REM. The doctor ...

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doctor1 MD

IT is called sleep apnea. Are you overweight ?

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Hi, Apart from narcolepsy 'Sleep paralysis' has been linked to disorders such as , migraines, anxiety disorders, and obstructive sleep apnea. Regards Dr. T.K. Biswas M.D. Mumbai