I may just pay out of pocket and have the insurance reimburse me. I'll wait and talk to the Dr and see if he thinks that titration study is needed first.
When I started thinking about how much time I'm not breathing while I sleep it freaks me out. My AHI was 111 so for probably over 20 seconds out of an average minute of sleep I'm not breathing. My lowest oxygen saturation was 57 and it said the normal range was above 90. I dont now how low it can go but it seems well below where it should be. The results were sent to my Dr so I guess he will tell me if that is that bad. Thanks for the reply. My central apneas were 18 an hour. Googling those as I had only heard of obstructive sleep apnea.
I have to wait till my Dr fills out some forms and send them to my insurance so it will probably be a bit before a can get a CPAP machine. May be a stupid question but can you die from sleep apnea itself or just complications it cause?