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Can anyone give advice on a type or types of pillows they have used after anterior cervicial fusion surgery that has helped to relieve their pain? I have also had a lumbar fusion years ago & need to be surrounded by pillows to sleep. Sitting for me is the worst.


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  • Target has really great memory foam SOFT pillows not the contour bricks. They are not stiff and have a normal shape. Whether I lie on my back or side, I can sort of wad up the lower part of pillow to fill up the space under my neck, then lay my head back when it's comfortable and the spine is in a straight line. I've bought so many in the past and this is my favorite. I even bought "the pillow" from tv and found it's only good for side sleeping braced between my arms to keep my shoulders in alinement.
    Hope this helps,

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