About Me: Female, 64, Miami, FL, member since Jan 2009
Tearcher for 24 years, Lover of Reading and Music. I love cruises, especially since I can't fly.
I any currently trying to understand how to control my 02 saturations. Co
[More]ntinue to monitor the drugs I take for PAH (pulmonary artrial hypertension). Stay out of the hospital.
"84 for a low 02 is good compared to what I get. I use oxygen 24/7. I still work, so at times I take off the oxygen. It will go as low as 67 and build up to low 70's. In order for it to et higher, I need to put the oxygen on. I have PAH (..."
I suffer from PAH (pulmonary aterial hypertension). I am currently using a drug called tracleer and another drug called revatio. The drugs appear to help with me being able to move around more. I also am using oxygen. As s..."
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