hi folks, I recently did a home sleep study and was told that I have moderate obstructive sleep apnea. The results show that my O2 saturation was at or below 88% for 123 minutes during the night. My primary care is adamant that I get treatment and seems confident that I'll feel better. But as we all know, nothing is simple with ME/CFS. I've been sick for 27 years, and have had interrupted and nonrefreshing sleep, as well as debilitating exhaustion, since then. About a year into my illness I had a sleep study and was told I had no apnea. I will try the CPAP and other treatments, though I'm wary because I know many people have difficulties adjusting to the masks and my sleep is so fraught as it is. I'm wondering though if others have been diagnosed with apnea and whether or not treatments have had any impact on your fatigue or any other ME/CFS symptoms?? I searched the boards and found very little about this, but have also seen that a significant percentage of people with ME/CFS also have sleep apnea. Plus, I just need to say, I am feeling so PISSED at this illness lately! The symptoms of ME/CFS are bad enough, but now, after many years of being sick and sedentary, I also have prediabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. It just doesn't seem FAIR the ME/CFS makes me more susceptible to other illnesses. It really sucks. Thanks for any feedback!