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Recommendation for post-op wedge pillow
I've read that it is recommended to have a wedge pillow/bed wedge post-operatively to sleep. Does anyone have recommendations for a specific brand/model?
AmbassadorC, January 4, 2019 6:04pm EST
Good evening Boskat,
Great question. I received this recommendation from a catch lab nurse when I was getting cardio verted. This helped me when I was finally able to move from the recliner to the bed. That said, while I know you can likely order on amazon, I purchased mine through a local medical supply / old Tyme pharmacy. I didn’t realize this, but there are varying angels that they come in. My recommendation is that it is a personal preference. If you decide to buy, ask what the return policy is. Hope this helps.
Goid luck with your surgical preparation.
BosKat, January 5, 2019 10:40am EST
Thank you that is great advice! I will look for a home medical equipment store near me.
AHAASAKatie, January 7, 2019 9:32am EST
Good morning, just wanted to wish you luck in your upcoming procedure. Best Katie
GoREDGAIL, January 7, 2019 1:24pm EST
The best of luck to you in your surgery. Right before the surgery,shut your eyes and visualize that everything went really well during and after the surgery. Visualize and tell your self that you are positive all will go well. Visualiziation and a positive outlook helps ❤️❤️❤️
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JamesPL, January 7, 2019 7:48pm EST
A wedge pillow is a good idea and going to a local medical supply store is an excellent suggestion! When I was in the hospital, I found the only comfortable way to sleep was with the bed inclined upward. After I came home, I stacked three or four pillows under my torso and that seemed to work but not as well as the hospital bed.
I wish you the best in your surgery and follow up recovery!