Now I Can Breathe - New Sleep Apnea Success Story
Started about three years ago, needed naps in the afternoon.
Falling asleep at my desk at work , never fell asleep at the drivers wheel but hard to keep my eyes open, I went to the doctors about eight months ago and had a blood test they checked my testosterone levels. They where down to 195 at 51 years old.
Had ED also, they would not put me on steroids until I took the sleep apnea test which presented as severe.
I obtained a mask and CPAP machine, also I was put on Axiron steroids.
Levels are going up slowly, I am not tired through the day, I have more energy.
While taking Axiron if I don'T use the mask I have a 40% chance of dying in my sleep, so I don't mind using the mask needless to say, but it all seems a little scary.
What if I didn't go to the doctor? What are the statistics of my combination of therapies ?
Axiron is fairly new, I also smoke too many years, have hundreds of fatty lipomas, thankfully not noticeable.
So scared yes, I take one day at a time and try to enjoy every minute, for when will be my last breath.