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... I sleep on my stomach and I know it's bad for me. I tried sleeping on my side or back but I just can't do it!!! When I try to sleep on my back, it feels like I am in the dentist chair getting my teeth cleaned and I'm stuck for until it's over. It's so much more comfortable on my stomach. ... (3 replies)
... I was told by my doctor that sleeping on your stomach is the worse position for your back. He said that it put undue stress on the lower lumbar area. I have been unable to sleep on my stomach for over a year. Prior to surgery, I could sleep on my stomach if I put a pillow under my hips. ... (3 replies)
... I'm sure you haven't damaged the surgery...but avoid sleeping on your stomach. Once you are healed from the surgery you still shouldn't sleep on your stomach as it hyperextends the spine and will just put more pressure on the adjacent discs. ... (4 replies)

... is to put a tennis ball in a sock and pin it to the back of their pj's. I bet you could do the same thing and pin it to the front. As long as you aren't on your stomach, it wouldn't even be noticeable, but if you rolled over on your stomach it would be very uncomfortable and you'd roll back quickly. ... (5 replies)
... Best thing....find another comfy and favorite position. Laying on your stomach is one of the worst for spineys. But is done often because that is the position you need to be in for back massages. ... (3 replies)
... What comprises a "good" sleep position is to what extent the natural curves of the spine are supported. ... (3 replies)
... This is my favorite sleeping possition, but in the last few years, if I sleep on my stomach I'm going to pay for it when I roll over in the form of an aching lower back. Is this age related? ... (3 replies)
... I think that when we finally relax and are able to sleep soundly we do let our guard down and end up in the Pre pain position. I love to sleep on my right side and that is where most of my pain is on the right hip. I also have the ton of pillows and the pillow between my knees. ... (5 replies)
... Will I ever be able to sleep on my stomach again? ... (8 replies)
... All of my life I have slept on my stomach. I know that after a fusion doing this is one of the worst things that you can do. ... (5 replies)
... T9. I think hemangiomas are common and don't know if they cause pain or not. Maybe someone has info on that also. ... (10 replies)
... I haven't even laid on my stomach for decades! My back problems started about 35 years ago, so I gave that up for good. Not a big deal for me. ... (8 replies)
... I also slept on my stomach before hand. And when I actually get sleep I find myself rolling to my stomach durning the nite and bam I am awake again due to the pain. ... (5 replies)
... rtain, just terrible pain...But it doesn't really help. I often can't even go to the bathroom because of the pain. My sleeping has gotten worse, at first I could sleep fine and just be stiff in the morning, but it turned into I have to sleep on my back or stomach as sleeping on either side put to much pressure on my hip. ... (56 replies)
... I sleep mostly on my side but use a body pillow you know the big ones that you can put your leg over and it goes all the they go all along your body.. I can't sleep unless I have a pillow to put my legs over and to hug close to allmost like sleeping on your stomach..try that maybe it will help your neck. ... (3 replies)
... this darn achey back. Once I get up and get moving around it feels alittle better but through out the day starts aching again. I have been working on my posture and starting taking calcium chews cause I am 44 yrs. old and was told by my dr. I need the extra calcium. ... (1 replies)
... Hi! Hope someone can help provide some relief! My Mother injured her back from fainting. It's waist level on the right side. She can't sleep on her stomach or back. When she tries to sleep on her side, it's very painful, even with a pillow between her knees. ... (2 replies)
... He said, and I quote" Get all the pillows you can find, including off the sofa and lay on your back in bed when you sleep, pack pillows under your knees to take pressure off your back, put them under your arms and behind your head. ... (4 replies)
... I sleep on my side, both of them, I do the flip flopping thing all night long as well. I am not sure how long I am on each side. I cannot sleep or even lay for more than 2 minutes on my stomach, I can lay on my back but not more than five or ten minutes, certanily could not sleep that way. ... (15 replies)
... D almost 3 yrs ago. Now Dr. says I need a 2 level fusion. Anyways, I used to always sleep on my stomach before the back pain. But not anymore at least not intentionally. ... (8 replies)

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