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Thread: Mattresses

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jun 2006
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    Mattresses

    Are there any specific mattresses recommended if you have had scoloiosis surgery? Does anyone have the Tempurpedic mattress? Does it lose it's firmness after a couple of years?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
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    Ive been thinking of getting the sleep number mattress and am wondering if I would be less likely to feel the movement of my husband with it. Does anyone have this mattress and can you feel the movement of your partner if they toss and turn alot at night????
    Patty 51 years old
    Surgery May 23, 2007(43 Birthday)
    Posterior T3- L4
    Pre surgery curves
    T-53degrees
    L-38degrees
    and a severe side shift to the right.
    Post surgery curves
    Less than 10 degrees
    Surgery April, 2006
    C4 - C6

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2005
    Location
    Kentucky
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    72
    My parents have a tempurpedic mattress, and I've slept on it before. They've only had it like 2 years and it still feels fine. it's really comfortable and everything, but a problem with it, is that it does not breathe AT ALL and it gets so hot haha. So if you live in a really hot area it might not be good for you. according to the commercials, I think they have some sort of trial where you can try it for so many months and if you don't like it you can return it...maybe you should try that. good luck!
    ~Leelee ♪
    [-] 17 years old
    _[-] 12th grade
    [-] scoliosis, 45T and 42 L
    _[-] kyphosis, 67*
    [-] Boston brace for 4 years
    _[-] Stopped 6/8/05 at 4:32 PM

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