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Reddit reviews on Cushy Cloud Orthopedic Memory Foam Knee Pillow Perfect Pain Relief for Sciatica, Back Pain, Leg Pain, Pregnancy, Hip and Joint Pain - Leg Positioner Contour Knee Spacer Wedge

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We found 3 Reddit mentions of Cushy Cloud Orthopedic Memory Foam Knee Pillow Perfect Pain Relief for Sciatica, Back Pain, Leg Pain, Pregnancy, Hip and Joint Pain - Leg Positioner Contour Knee Spacer Wedge. Here are the top ones.

INSTANT PAIN RELIEF: Relieves back, hip, knee, and ankle pain when used the proper way. Simply place the pillow between your thighs or below your knees to help with your specific painCONTOURED DESIGN: Best ergonomic memory foam knee pillow for side sleeping. Conforms to your legs instantly and helps promote spinal alignmentPERFECT SUPPORT: Provides firm support, soft comfort, and retains its shape. Other cushions don't provide near the support as oursEASILY REMOVABLE/WASHABLE COVER: The pillow comes with a removable cover that is machine washable, granting easy cleaning. Tumble dry on low or air dry for best results100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: Our cushions are of superior quality and we will guarantee that you love it or your money back! SIZE 12 x 10 x 7"

Found 3 comments on Cushy Cloud Orthopedic Memory Foam Knee Pillow Perfect Pain Relief for Sciatica, Back Pain, Leg Pain, Pregnancy, Hip and Joint Pain - Leg Positioner Contour Knee Spacer Wedge:

u/penguinluvinman · 7 pointsr/AskMen

You should try a real leg pillow. It's life changing

u/ophelia917 · 3 pointsr/ChronicPain

Find a good bolster for under your knees. Something like they'd use when you get a massage. I just use a yoga bolster since I had one already. I put links in for reference...non-affiliate.

Depending on the day, placement varies, sometimes I have to put it higher up (so it's almost under my hips) & some days it's just right under my knees themselves.

For side sleeping, something like this is supposed to help. I refuse to buy something so silly and have used very firm pillows with varying degrees of success. I used to be a 100% side sleeping but, I really just can't do it anymore.

FWIW, I have a jacked up left SI joint with pain that sounds very similar to yours. I just had a nerve ablation yesterday after a year+ of conservative treatment. I posted about it the night before last if you wanna read anything about it to verify.

I have a back brace as well. I lovingly refer to it as my turtle shell since it goes from literally under my boobs to just above my crotch and is hardshell. It's like a corset. People see it and think it's a medieval torture device but it's so helpful. I use it when the joint is so bothered and my back muscles are so exhausted that they start spasming. However, I couldn't imagine trying to sleep in the thing. The purpose of mine is to give support vertically to give my muscles a chance to chill the hell out. Using it for TOO long defeats the purpose of PT, which is building core strength, since it's letting the muscles be lazy. I usually only wear it if I'm having a really hard day or if I'm traveling.

TL;DR - yeah...sorry 'bout that. :)

u/metallic_heart · 1 pointr/ehlersdanlos

You could try something like this for sleeping.

Strengthening your quads will also help but it's a slow process.