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21 years experience in ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
CPAP: Continuous positive airway pressure involves the constant application of external pressure to all phases of breathing. The patient would feel as if br ... Read More
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My blood pressure has been 140/90 for two years. Had a lot of test and it will not go down with medication could this be affecting my airway when I sleep?
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Can an esopgageal ring cause pressure around the Adams Apple? and pulling on the ears? making them pop? worried it will block my airway
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Can cpap machine use irritate the trachea? It was sore when the doctor pressed on it. Pressure is set at 11cm.
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I use a cpap machine for sleep apnea and it really dries up my nose, throat, mouth. How can I avoid this?
A 33-year-old male asked:
Lightheaded, headaches; sinus pressure. Ears feel blocked and sometimes ache. Nasal congestion like the airways are narrowing for 2 months. Sinusitis?
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