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Wierd sensation with hardware

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  • I feel your pain. I found using a ton of pillows in different places, especially lying on your back with a pillow under your knees, a nice poofy one, works really well. I use a heating pad a lot to relax my muscles, but I didn't start that until a few days after I got my staples out, and I don't use it on the internal stitches in the front, so I dunno if it matters wound wise.... All I know is it helps immensely. I got a great one for 40 dollars, it is one solid piece, really soft and conforms a bit to your body. There is no cover, the entire thing is washable, you just remove the cord, it unplugs at the bottom. There are 6 heat settings, an auto off timer, and it has this heat sensing thing where it like, evens things out depending on how much heat in concentrating where. It's awesome. Makes SUCH a difference. Loosens up my muscles and relaxes them a LOT.
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