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... for a Queen or King size. WE bought it on sale at a local Dept Store. The problem is we have the head of the bed raised for GERD problems and it would slip down every several nights. That is why we invested in a complete mattress!!! ... (15 replies)
... I have had a sleep number bed for sometime now and I like it. However, I think that not tossing and turning aggrivates my hips and I get small bouts of arthritis in them because of it. I have also tried different levels of firmness and it don't seem to matter. I do think that I get a better quality of sleep though. ... (15 replies)
... I bought a Sleep Number bed from Select Comfort before I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia. It works wonders. ... (15 replies)

... When I had a small windfall last year, my husband and I decided to cave in and buy a decent bed for possibly the first time in our adult lives: we'd always slept on beds we'd inherited or ones we felt we could afford....decent, but what a difference it makes to finally have a good one! What we settled for was a latex mattress with a pillow-top made of memory foam. It was... (15 replies)
... for our king size bed , dream on! ... (15 replies)
... and you put it on top of your own mattress. Honestley talk about a complete and utter waste of money , we also have a very expensive firm sprung mattress on our bed but that does not help either. ... (15 replies)
... I don't know, but my husband likes a really firm mattress and I just hate it. I have trouble getting comfortable. My parents didn't get a whole new mattress, but they bought the 2" thick memory foam. They love it. My dad has diabetes and probably some osteoarthritis. My step-mom fractured her pelvis and ankle last year and was very uncomfortable. They say that the the... (15 replies)
... to it which made an AWESOME bed even better. Don't skimp on the price of your bed. You will regret it if you do. I figured it out to .44 cents per night for the next 10 years. ... (2 replies)
... he PT stretches and this is hard to put out over the net. Stand with face to the wall, arms straight up and reach NOT strain just reach. Another is laying on the bed arms outstretched overhead and try to crawl with your arms, using only the arms not body, like being pulled by your hands, don't strain and if it starts to stop. ... (10 replies)
... It can be caused by several different infections, one being a UTI. One night I went to bed pain free and woke up the next morning and could barely walk. My feet hurt so bad that it felt like I was walking on bruises. ... (4 replies)
... I would say that if your GP & other specialist hasn't mentioned (or looked into) "trigger points" as the cause of your problems (including the hip pain), they aren't knowledgeable on the subject. So your own research would be mandatory. On a personal note, I had never heard the words "trigger points" either until a year ago, when out of the blue, my wife woke up one... (19 replies)
... r breathing needs. My husband was not able to get used to his, but he knows several people who just love theirs. Also have you tried elevating the head of your bed to reduce the acid from coming up? ... (6 replies)
... you on the hair is depressing. I love my hair and loosing it sucks. But it was either start on the Metho loose some hair for a while or be laying in bed in pain for God knows how long. So when I could barely lift my arm without pain, walk, sleep, I decided to do it. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks Kayakmom and Thescaredest I phoned the doctor and he said to go off the Sulphasalazine for one to two weeks, to see if that is what is causing the headaches. So I'm off it and feeling better already. The headaches have basically gone. I still have very sensitive eyes, which makes me feel a bit spaced out too. Like they are not focussing properly. Hopefully that... (7 replies)
... is going to come right. I'm no longer the main parent in their lives. I'm the person who sits around in a chair in the evening, the person who struggles out of bed in the morning. I'm the one they see in tears far too many times. ... (7 replies)
... fine, my dr is going to send me for a cat scan. She also suggested a rheumy. I am tired of waiting, this morning I had a particularily hard time getting out of bed and had a horrible sleep last night. Anyway, we aren't done with the testing, so as soon as I know anything I will let you know. ... (37 replies)
... is that it does retain heat. Great in the winter but in the summer you can get a little warm laying in the bed. I love also how if my husband moves around on the bed I don't feel it and vice versa. ... (2 replies)
... I have arthritis, osteoporosis and scoliosis (I'm only 45... what a mess, huh?) Anyway, we need to get a new mattress. I was leaning towards the Tempurpedic... which are foam, because they feel comfortable (I laid on one in the store)... but I'm afraid they'd be difficult to move around in (because you kind of settle into them) and I need to move around frequently or I "gel"... (2 replies)
... My wife has the same thing, only hers was brought about by decubitis, a bed sore due to having lost so much weight on, I "think", Prednisone. ... (3 replies)
... Getting out of bed has been really hard this past week for some reason. Some mornings are ok, then some are really bad. My spine is really sore tonight too. ... (37 replies)

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