blaze100 Posted March 4, 2009 Share Posted March 4, 2009 I've noticed that my breathing becomes very shallow and very slow when I fall asleep. Sometimes I have trouble falling asleep because I have to take a few deep breaths every so often to get caught up on my air. My family doc did an O2 overnight on me and I was below 89 sat level 25% of the time. My pulmonary office thinks it is sleep apnea, but they seem to be diagnosing everyone in their office with sleep apnea lately. I think it is lucrative business. The husband says I do not snore at all and that I make almost no noise at night. In fact, he has watched me sleep and he says my chest barely moves every so slightly. Does anyone else have this problem? Thanks. Barbx Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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