Hello, Mr. Wagner. Thank you for posting.
For the benefit of our readers, in order to diagnose Sleep Apnea or other sleep disorders, a patient must undergo a polysomnography (sleep study). This is typically done in a sleep lab, requiring the patient to spend the night in-lab, while the polysomnography (PSG) equipment records his/her physiological data. However, today with technological advancements a polysomnography can be performed at home and is called a home sleep study or a home sleep test.
You should have been contacted with the results. Results usually take a full 2 weeks. Sometimes 3. 7 weeks is a long time. Call the doctor who ordered the test and ask for your results.