Thu, 27 May 2021 15:05:23 GMT
Wanted to share this brief email I received last night from a wonderful Bleep end user that has seen significant improvement in her PAP numbers and hemoglobin results. Additionally, this end user saw her PAP pressure significantly reduced from 13 down to 6.4, accompanied by significant reductions in AHI and Leak. Meaning she was over-titrated by her AUTO CPAP unit because of leaks, driving her pressures too high and elevating her AHI with false data (a common problem), which we able to resolve:
I wanted to update you on an improvement I have made because I have been consistent with at least 7 hours or more per night on the Bleep. If you recall one reason I was put on CPAP was my high hemoglobin and low oxygen levels at night. I asked you early on how long it would be before seeing any changes to my hemoglobin and you quoted some studies that it would take at least 6 months. Well I saw my hematologist last week and I am happy to report that my hemoglobin has gone from 17.7 in Jan. to 15.5 last week!!! She is stoked about this change and I told her all about t he Bleep. LOL. I said if I had not made that switch and gotten help from you I would not have gotten to this point. We are both anxious to see where I'll be in 3 more months but I'm heading in the right direction. This may seem like a small victory but for many many years I was not treated for my underlying low ferritin issues because the docs decided I had a genetic blood disorder. No testing was done nothing until last June when a smart functional medicine doctor asked if I would have a sleep study and see a hematologist for genetic testing.. Blood tests were done to determine I did NOT have a genetic blood disease. That is when CPAP happened along with iron infusions for my ferritin. This is a step for me to better health. Wanted to let you know that BLEEP has contributed to my changes for the better!!
L (Redacted Name)
I love getting emails like this and seeing reviews show up on our forum, online and Amazon. What can you do with Bleep? A lot! Starting with taking full ownership of your therapy and understanding what, why and how PAP effects your sleep.