Oh no love! You’re not alone

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  1. jenny_o says:

    I was hyperventilating just reading this … found out a few weeks ago how claustrophobic I am when I needed to start using a CPAP machine for sleep apnea. And it only covers my nose – my arms and legs are free to flail as wildly as they want. Doesn’t help, I must say. I’m currently taking a break from it (my apnea is just over the treatment threshold so it’s not a huge deal) but if I go back to it I will keep your post in mind.

    I hope your MRI results are to your liking. I’d say “positive” but doesn’t that mean “you have that thing you didn’t want to have”? and “negative” sounds so … negative. So — to your liking.

    • Jocelyn says:

      It seems I have almost a full tear of the superspinata, which is one of the four tendons that make up the rotator cuff. Even more concerning, according to the doc, is that I have a bunch of fluid in the bursa. That apparently indicates there’s something active going on. So I will see an orthopedist next week.

      I’m really sorry for the agony of the apnea and the CPAP, my friend. My greatest wish for you is easy, restorative sleep.

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