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  1. Account suspended
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    22 Feb '16 15:51
    I just got diagnosed, the hospital had me try a C-pap mask to sleep with.
    The cure is worse than the disease, I told the doctor to forget it, it felt like I was being suffocated.
    Stupid treatment, wearing a monstrosity like that on your face at night.
    I'll just take my chances and die in my sleep whenever.
  2. Mar-a-Lago
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    22 Feb '16 16:58
    Originally posted by FishHead111
    I just got diagnosed, the hospital had me try a C-pap mask to sleep with.
    The cure is worse than the disease, I told the doctor to forget it, it felt like I was being suffocated.
    Stupid treatment, wearing a monstrosity like that on your face at night.
    I'll just take my chances and die in my sleep whenever.
    If you live in the UK you will not be allowed to drive.
  3. Mar-a-Lago
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    22 Feb '16 20:40
    Removing thy snout from the trough usually does the trick.
  4. Standard memberSeitse
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    22 Feb '16 23:52
    Originally posted by FishHead111
    I just got diagnosed, the hospital had me try a C-pap mask to sleep with.
    The cure is worse than the disease, I told the doctor to forget it, it felt like I was being suffocated.
    Stupid treatment, wearing a monstrosity like that on your face at night.
    I'll just take my chances and die in my sleep whenever.
    Lose some weight, you fat blob.

    Also, cutting the sauce and tobacco helps.

    If in the process of cleaning up your act, though, you manage to find the
    fountain of youth, then it's done. Otherwise, try to age with dignity and
    put on that mask, you freak. Your husband needs some sleep.
  5. Standard membervivify
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    23 Feb '16 00:29
    Originally posted by Seitse
    Your husband needs some sleep.
    That was either a clever jab or a Freudian slip.
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    24 Feb '16 10:31
    Some charming people on here eh ?

    Simple solution, ask for one of the nose only masks, they work very well and you feel like the opposite of being smothered.
    It is right to say that you will be in trouble if you have been diagnosed and continue to drive without the treatment.
    If you are being treated you are okay.
    This thing is probably responsible for many of those deaths which had previously been called "passing away peacefully during sleep".

    Your life, so your choice, but don't drive or you will be putting others at risk !!
  7. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    24 Feb '16 20:41
    Originally posted by exeter
    Some charming people on here eh ?

    Simple solution, ask for one of the nose only masks, they work very well and you feel like the opposite of being smothered.
    It is right to say that you will be in trouble if you have been diagnosed and continue to drive without the treatment.
    If you are being treated you are okay.
    This thing is probably responsible for ...[text shortened]... g sleep".

    Your life, so your choice, but don't drive or you will be putting others at risk !!
    Hey, that's a pretty good first post to the forums. (Seem to remember mine was about suspicious vegetables).

    Welcome to the site. (Are you a person or a city?)
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    25 Feb '16 11:40
    I am from the planet metaluna , I will post a photograph lol.
    I just moved over from chess.com, wow things get nasty there, to put it mlldly.
    One other tip about the cpap masks.
    If you use it you might find yourself sleeping an awful lot for a while.
    Apparently one has to pay back one's sleep debt first before things get back to normal.?!
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    25 Feb '16 13:36
    I got it.! But it escaped.
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    25 Feb '16 14:54
    Originally posted by Captain Strange
    If you live in the UK you will not be allowed to drive.
    Doesn't that depend?

    http://www.realsleep.co.uk/rsuk/sleep-apnoea-driving.html
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    25 Feb '16 15:28
    The sleep clinic told me use the mask and you can drive.
    If you don't use the mask ( or any other treatment) it is notifiable and you will be stopped.
    If you get diagnosed, do not undertake treatment, do not notify and drive you will cop it.
  12. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    25 Feb '16 15:32
    Originally posted by exeter
    The sleep clinic told me use the mask and you can drive.
    If you don't use the mask ( or any other treatment) it is notifiable and you will be stopped.
    If you get diagnosed, do not undertake treatment, do not notify and drive you will cop it.
    How about wearing the mask 'while' you drive?

    Will you still cop it?!

    😲
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    26 Feb '16 09:03
    Hmm, might not go well with my Cyberman helmet ?!
    Might try it though
  14. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    27 Feb '16 09:54
    Sleep Apnea?
    Is there any other kind?
    Maybe ... Wide Awake Apnea.
    Or ... Just Dozing Apnea?

    Or .. I Wasn't Really Sleeping But Just Resting My Eyes Apnea.
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