Judy is right. Measuring o2 levels is sort of one of those indecisive markers. I was in the ICU last summer, nearly falling into a coma, with hemolitic anemia and my liver shutting down, and yet my blood oxygen was perfect. I'm not sure what makes our blood oxygen go wonky and what doesn't. It's frustrating though to not have answers. I can understand that completely. I hope your answers come soon too.
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