kittybork wrote:I just asked my friend who did two tours in Iraq (not Afghanistan) as a civilian contractor. He says no one will check your bags other than the normal airport security. Also, if you'll be flying in a C-130, they're worried about bigger problems than a machine in your bag. He carried some beverages on a C-130 that would not have passed security.
I guess what I'm saying is that you have to decide what you do or do not report, but take your CPAP with you if you go.
makiao1813 wrote:I am not trying to blow off treatment. I have an AHI of 45.7 and I understand how bad that is. I was treated and I do realize how bad off I was. I love my CPAP, but I can function without it, just not as well. Maybe we just have different definitions of function. I don't think you understand what I was saying. I really LOVE my CPAP, but I love my family more than my own health. We are bad off financially and this would definitely fix our situation. If you haven't noticed we are in a recession and thanks to our old and current president there is still money being made in war. I am not asking anyone to help me blow off treatment. Most places out there allow you to use a CPAP. All the places I would go would allow that, but I have to make it past CRC to get there. I was just looking for advice on how to get through it as I know contractors have gone out there with their CPAP.
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