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He is also very lethargic during the day, and his bi-pap makes a funny "almost llke snoring" sound at @ 4 am for the past two nights and lasts 20 min.. I think maybe something is wrong with it. Should I wake him up when it happens? (Having one less to care for is great for me though)

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The doctor stopped one of his newer meds and his blood pressure gradually has come back to normal. Thanks everyone for your help
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You need more information! Call your CPAP company about his breathing and take him to his doctor about his blood pressure.
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Call the company who put in the CPAP and tell them what you described, and call his doctor for a checkup. There could be a many reasons for a rise in blood pressure. Don't play doctor unless you are one.
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Take him to his primary care physician. Don't play doctor. Get a proper diagnoses.
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No don't wake him, but discuss this with the guy who adjusts the settings on the bi-pap.
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