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Screaming Eagle
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   Posted 2/9/2010 8:40 PM (GMT -7)   
Hello members! The wife and I went bed shopping today after my MRI this morning, and we settled on a Tempur-Pedic. Do any of you have one of them, and do you like it? The bed we now have is horrible, and provides no support at all for my back. It must sink a foot when I lay in it...well maybe not that much, but I hate it, and it has not helped my back pain at all.
We got a King and paid the extra for the motorized doohickey, to help when I want to exit the bed after my surgery. We tried every bed that we could think of, and the Comfort Select, came in a very close 2nd in our choice. I'm a hoping that some of you have favorable reports on this type of bed, and we do have 90 days to change our minds if we don't like it, with a full refund. It was a pretty penny, but I figured it might be worth something to my health, and maybe a good nights sleep.

Now I have to figure out a way to pay for it, and I will be jobless for at least 12weeks from the surgery. And speaking of surgery....the paperwork that needs to be done...and one Dr. office not comucating with the other is so madding to me. Dozens of phone calls, with little progress, and even more confusion confront us now. Well.... you all now the routine! :( I still worry about Pete, and tmjpain too!...and many other members here. Lets hope all goes well for them.....oh OK!....I will shut up now...just felt like rambling a little tonight. If you do have any experience with the Tempur-Pedic, I would like to hear about it please. Thanks!

Michael

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   Posted 2/9/2010 9:09 PM (GMT -7)   
Michael,
I have one & I love it. I'm not sure it helps my back pain much, but it does allow me to get comfy enough that I can get a much better night's sleep (which certainly helps me feel less discouraged when I am in pain). One suggestion, though granted it's a long-term, not a short-term one, is that if your doctor recommended the new bed have him/her write it down for you on letterhead or a script and you can deduct it on your taxes (I think right now you may only get to deduct part of the cost each year for a few years until the whole thing is written off; it's been a while since I got mine so double check with the IRS). I know that doesn't help with the short-term, though. There are a lot of options out there for short-term help for food, utilities, rent/mortgage assistance, credit card payments, etc. It does take some effort, but know that it can be done. I'm finally starting to see the light at the end of a dark financial tunnel myself, so there definitely is hope.

take care,
frances

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   Posted 2/9/2010 10:33 PM (GMT -7)   
Thank you so much Frances! I have heard of doing that before, but did not pay too much attention to it. I did tell my wife about it today, in a joking manner, but really did not really take it seriously. I will call my tax lady, and put in a call to my Dr, to check it out. That would be just too cool, wouldn't it!
I was thinking .....PaLAdy had one of these, and maybe she will know something about it as well. I hope she will see the post here, as she is hard to get a hold of sometimes, and I'm not sure if she has gotten her computer problems taken care of either. I worry about her, but I just don't hear from her too much anymore.

Frances, I can't seem to remember what was wrong with your back. Can you refresh my poor memory? I do hope you are feeling well, and have seen you on here before, but was thinking that I had not seen very much of you lately either. Again, Thank You!...for the nice reply, and I do hope you are doing OK there too! My last day of work, is the 26th, and then I will have my lumbar surgery on the 1st of March. I have been feeling so bad the last few weeks, and I so hope this surgery will help, and do away with at least some of my pain.

Michael

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   Posted 2/9/2010 10:59 PM (GMT -7)   
Thank You so much My Lady! Wonderful to hear from you. I was going through some of the old post, and I thought I read that you had one, but was not sure about it. The sales man we had today was a real gentleman, and let us lay on the thing for an hour or so. We were the only ones in the store, and of course we let him jabber away with his sales pitch. Really though, he was a very nice man.

I guess they give two mid range pillows, when you buy a bed there, but he upgraded ours to the Grand Pillows, and on top of that he gave us a full length body pillow...and and then made one last gift to us...but of course with a little arm twisting from me...two of the Special Edition Pancreatic Cancer Teddy Bears, made from the Tempur-Pedic material. My wife loves them! We should have the bed here by next week, and we are dreaming about it already.
I have been to every Tempur-Pedic review site you can imagine. I know it is a little backwards to do, and not like me at all to buy first, and then research later.

PaLady, did you ever figure what was causing your computer problems lately? The wife's laptop went south, a couple of weeks ago, so we bought our third Mac computer. We love the Mac's and they have run perfect for us, and my wife has made the change just fine with them.

I hope you are doing well there, and think about you often, wondering what you are up to. There are a lot of members to keep up with now, and there have been several new ones come on board lately as well. That is a good thing, but of course we are never happy to know that they found us because they are in pain. Take care my friend, and keep up the good work here. You and Stray have a lot of Knowledge that is useful to so many of us here. I have been splitting up my sentences, ever since Jag brought it to our attention, and I have really been trying to make an effort to do so. It even helps me to proof what I have written! :)

Ok, I'm off to bed....I need my beauty sleep :)

Michael

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   Posted 2/10/2010 8:16 AM (GMT -7)   
I sell furniture and part of that is mattresses. I can honestly say that a lot of people are happy with the tempurpedics. There is also a "Latex" mattress that has a faster response and is more like a conventional mattress but has 20 year warranty and also does not have any springs. Springs push against you and cause pain.


I work in Laurel, DE and would be happy to help any of the pain members here select a mattress. Johnny Janosiks (Ask for Rob).

I have an injured back and neck and I use the Tempurpedic Pillows (Neck Pillow and the Symphony Pillow). I then use a Sealy Latex mattress and I love it. I slept on tempurpedic in a hotel and it was warm. They increase your circulation and cause your body temp to rise.

Sealy has a Trueform mattress that is like the tempurpedic (less expensive) and has a fiber on top that helps with the body temp (it keeps you cool)


Anyone with pain should toss their spring matt out the window. The spring free mattresses from Tempurpedic and Sealy will change your life. Feel free to ask any questions! I love helping!!!
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Tirzah
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   Posted 2/10/2010 10:08 AM (GMT -7)   
Michael,
Well, that's not such an easy question to answer. I started out with Arnould Chiari malformation (basically, my skull didn't grow to full size, but my brain did so it got squished down my spinal column). So I had surgery for that -- crainiotomy & C1 lami. But then the scar tissue grew around my occipital nerve & caused a whole lot of pain. So I got a Spinal Cord Stimulator implanted. Well, the battery pack is implanted in my tushie, and as it turns out there is a nerve trapped between the battery pack & my pelvic bone, so that caused a new set of problems in my low back. Granted, it wasn't in great shape before -- scoliosis, multiple disc problems, cracked vertebrae, etc (basically what you'd expect from being thrown down the stairs multiple times) -- but with the added problem with that nerve being irritated, I was in a lot of pain. So I got RF at L4-5 & L5-S1 and that helped. Then recently I got a home traction unit & I just love it. It has made more of a difference than anything else.

On the downside, just about a week ago I got a second traction unit that's for my neck. Well, all it did was make things a lot worse. So I'm back to my PM tomorrow (such a shame, I was told I could go to an every other month schedule for my appointments, but now this neck traction thing has screwed that up). I guess it's a never ending battle.

Good luck with the mattress, though! I hope you enjoy yours as much as I enjoy mine.

peace,
frances

PS -- Rob, I don't think the rules allow people to market products on the site. I think you put up a great post & I'd hate to see it taken down just because you mention your store. Maybe you could edit that part out?

Screaming Eagle
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   Posted 2/10/2010 11:11 AM (GMT -7)   
   Frances...when I read post like yours...I feel ashamed to even admit that all I have wrong with me is DDD. You certianlly had your share of serious problems, but you do sound pretty good and optimistic in your replies.
 
My sister had bought one of the home traction units, and I think it is one of those that lays out like a mat on the floor, and you strap yourself into it. I have not heard her talk about in quite some time though.
 
When I was going to PT, they used one on my neck, and as long as it was pulling, I felt great. A half an hour later, on my way home, I would be right back to where I started in pain.
 The epidural's in the neck helped me the most, and for some reason they did nothing for my lumbar region.
Let's hope they can do something to get you back into shape, in your neck area.
 
One more question, I wanted to ask about the Tempur-Pedic matress...is, did it smell or have a strong oder when you got it? I see this complaint quite often on the reviews of them. If so, how long did it take for it to go away. I'm hoping that the smell will be gone before I get back home from surgery. Thank you, for your effort to post a reply here, as I greatly appreciate it.
 
     Michael
 

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   Posted 2/10/2010 3:39 PM (GMT -7)   
Michael,
It does have a chemical smell for a few days. When I got mine I opened up the windows (even though it was still cold out) to air out the room. But it dissipated in a day or two.

But the pillows, IMHO, are lousy. I still have mine and they're in the box like when they were given to me. Slept on one for one night and that was it. I need a good cervical support and the pillows flatten out way too fast for me. So don't throw your pillows out.

A couple of additional thoughts. When you're researching something from old threads on HW, and there's info. from the past you want to ask more about, you might want to add a new post and that will bump that thread up to the beginning. Then those of us who have already posted on that topic don't have to repeat ourselves and waste forum space. And please don't refer to me a "MyLady". The name is PaLady. Thanks.

PaLady

Screaming Eagle
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   Posted 2/10/2010 5:21 PM (GMT -7)   
Ok thanks PaLady. I did not realize this offended you, as I have done this several times in the past with a friendly air to it. Kinda like when I used to say scram, and you used to say I'm a scramming. Again I'm sorry about that. Thank you for the additional information, I appreciate it.

Michael

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Tirzah
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   Posted 2/10/2010 7:11 PM (GMT -7)   
I got the allergen cover for my mattress & I didn't notice the smell once I had the mattress made up. Not sure how much that affected it. But it did smell before hand. You have to get the special ones that TempurPedic makes, or else it can void the warranty. Probably not worth the cost, though, unless you have a severe dust allergy.

I agree with PA about the pillows being crap. I like the wavy pillows. I've had one of those for a number of years & it's just now starting to break down. The flat pillows are perfectly worthless. They flatten out & become hard as slate. So unless you like to feel like you're camping in your bedroom, they're really not much of a gift. I'm pretty sure they're warranted for 1 year so if they break down right away you can maybe trade them in. If the mattress store will let you trade 2 flat pillows for 1 wavy pillow, I'd say that's a good trade. Otherwise just keep them for decoration. The one thing I will add is that I had to wash the pillow covers all the time. Who knows why but they seem to get way grimier than regular pillow covers. And if you don't wash them every month, your pillows end up stained. Doesn't seem like the best system to me, but I do like the wavy shape. I was always trying to fold my pillows like origami before. Now I can just lie down & go to sleep. :)

take care,
frances

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   Posted 2/10/2010 8:04 PM (GMT -7)   
Thank You Frances! Good stuff! I will take your advice and save the pretty ones for decoration! Take care, and I hope you get to feeling better.

Michael

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   Posted 2/11/2010 8:02 AM (GMT -7)   
 
   Dear Micheal,
 
 
      Good morning! *hugg* It is so good to hear from you. I am sorry the paper work, approvals, and office communication is driving you crazy! I do hope they can get it together and stop the unwanted stress!
 
      I am glad you are getting a new mattress! It will help out alot. I am very interested in how it turns out! My husband has mentioned a tempur pedic many times, but we just bought our last one (king pillow top) 2 yrs ago! The one before that is ultra plush that my 8yrs old sleeps on. I feel so guilty! People come over and think we brought rediclously large beds for our bumblebees.... imagine a king size for our 5yr old! But, my husband wants to go down to the store and check out new bed reguardless shocked  *sigh* So stubborn...
 
      I wont chat away its early here and I need to go patrol the bus stop soon.
 
*warm huggs*
    dani
 
p.s. I hope you dont mind a little response to Rob.
 
 
     Dear Rob,
 
      Thank you so much for all the alternate Ideas! I am writing them down now. It will be wonderful to check out less costly mattress types when my husband draggs me out shopping! So, Thank You! Very much
 
*hugg*
  dani

 

 

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   Posted 2/11/2010 9:27 AM (GMT -7)   
Good Morning Dani! Now the idea of your Bumblebees on a King size bed is funny!....lots of room for jumping there! :) I will make sure I report back to you on it, and I'm a guessing it will take a few weeks to get used to. I see that you are a crosswalk guard for a school....is that right? That would be so fun...just to see the little ones everyday! Take care now, and I hope to see your shining face tonight in the chat room.

Michael

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Chartreux
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   Posted 2/11/2010 9:50 AM (GMT -7)   
Michael,
so how does the new bed feel? just wondering. Do you have to turn the mattress over like a regular mattress?
I also wanted to tell you make sure you aask your church for help should you need anything after your back surgery. It'll get hard on your wife at times so please let other know, so you have help. and follow all the doctor's orders, for a good recovery.
Keep us posted okay.
Prayers and lots of soft hugz
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   Posted 2/11/2010 10:09 AM (GMT -7)   
Hello Chartreux! How are yopu feeling these days? We dont have the bed yet,but it is supposed to be here this next tue. They say there is no flipping to it ever. Yes you have a good suggestion about my church, and they have been informed...and really we have several friends lined up to come at a moments notice to help either Deborah or me. I do hope you are feeling better these days, as I know you really suffered with the last illness.

Michael

There is also a 20yr warranty on all of the bed, even the mechanical parts. We were pretty impressed with it, and we got to lay on one for about an hr, and we both loved it.

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Chartreux
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   Posted 2/11/2010 5:45 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks for the info and I answered you on tmj's posting. I might have to look into a temperpedic then..
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   Posted 2/13/2010 8:52 PM (GMT -7)   
Hey which Tempurpedic did you get, I like the new "Allura", just saw it at a store today. But the store price was 4,499.00 and then the salesperson said you can't find them any cheaper even thru them, so I check on-line and it was cheaper, only 4,099.00 on-line at the Tempurpedic store, but for now it's still too much for me and we have Hurricane Ike damage that we are still remodelling the home from. ceiling has been fixed just needs a new paint job...
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hugz to you, and I have to agree the pillows they have are lousy...
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   Posted 2/14/2010 1:20 AM (GMT -7)   
Chart,
I have a hunch the difference in price is somewhere in the shipping and set-up charges. My understanding is tempurpedic forces all their dealers to stick to the same price, and if any of them sell a tempurpedic brand for less then they won't be allowed to sell the brand anymore. But there are some imitations out there but I wouldn't try one.

Is the Allura the one with the adjustable frame? Because that's going to be more expensive. I bought the basic model in a Queen size, and a metal frame that's made for the tempurpedic (but not adjustable - that was too much $$) and it cost about $1800. Bought it from a local store who delivered and set it up for that price. Plus they come and pick it up after the trial period if you don't want it. If you buy it online, you've got to set it up yourself, and package and return it in the packaging yourself. I've heard that's a royal pain!

I love the basic model. I didn't want the higher end ones that had extra soft foam on them as I like a bed that's slightly firmer, and the foam warms up and softens with your body heat. But the adjustable frame would have been nice, but you have to buy everything special and it costs more then. Guess I'm saying you don't need the most expensive model for it to be a great bed (except the pillows LOL!).

PaLady

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   Posted 2/14/2010 8:57 AM (GMT -7)   
Hello Chartreux! Yes!...We liked the Allura also, and bought it in the king Size. It has the Pillow top built into it. To me, it added that first extra softness. My wife and I both laid on this bed for an hour, and it was the best of what we tried. I really wanted the Grand Bed, but it did not come in a split King. Ours has is considered a dual King, with is two twins put together to form the king. We also went ahead and got the works on it, motorized frames with the vibrator option also. It was a pretty penny, and we still cant believe what we paid for it, but oh well. So Chartreux,
I think you are right on the money with your pick, and you have 90 days to return it if you don't like it. Take care my friend. Sorry it took me so long to return your answer, but I have been struggling here, and have been hugging the bed, and sleeping a lot.
Also, none of the models come with a frame in the original price. There are prices for the mattress first, then you can add options to any of them.
The other bed we liked was a brand called comfort select., but I think they were pretty expensive as well.

Chartreux, which size are you looking for? Several of the men here at work, bought the basic in a Queen size and only paid around $2600 for them. You might want to try one of them, and make sure you get the 90 day return policy. You can sleep on it for 90 days, and then if you don't like it, they will come pick it up and return your money. I do think there is a $59 fee you have to pay for them to pick it up.

Chartreux, if you lived close to us, here in Kansas, You could just come on over and take a test ride on ours. Of course we would make sure you had clean sheets, as well. It would be great, to meet you and your wonderful husband. We have met Privey and her husband, and now we are all very good friends. I think they are coming back this next weekend, so that I can take her grand daughters HS Senior photos.

I also agree, that you don't have to get the best model to get a good nights sleep on one of them. We happened to have a little extra money left over from the sale of my business, and they had a special running, that allowed 36 months, at zero percent interest.
Good luck to you on your search for a decent bed.

Michael




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nasalady
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   Posted 2/14/2010 6:29 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Michael,

So you bought the king size with the motorized frame? In other words, you can adjust positions and raise the head of each side of the bed separately?

My husband and I have been thinking about purchasing this particular bed...after a recent stay in the hospital I ended up sleeping in a chair for a while because sleeping upright was the most comfortable position.

May I ask approximately how much you paid? You may email me if you wish, but it would be very useful information.

Thanks so much,
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   Posted 2/14/2010 7:31 PM (GMT -7)   
Nasalady, I just emailed you, with the information. Call me if you want to know anything else about it. We are looking forward to getting it this next Tuesday. And, Yes it was pretty expensive to purchase, and most people would say I was out of my mind to do so, but to each his own.

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   Posted 2/14/2010 8:06 PM (GMT -7)   
JoAnn, it was lovely talking to you on the phone, and we wish you all the best in your hunt for a bed that best suits you and your husband. You seem to be such a nice lady, and you have plenty of health isues to deal with as well. Take care, and feel free to call me anytime. It always gets me, when I get to visit with one of the members here, and we share our stories, and how much we understand what we are going through.

Michael

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   Posted 2/15/2010 9:19 AM (GMT -7)   
Now my only other question and this may seem silly but I'll try "whats's the differences between a sleep number bed and a tempurpedic bed?" did you try the sleep number bed Michael before the tempurpedic ones? I was just wonder as these beds are so expensive that I want to get the best bang for my buc, so and after trying a tempurpedic on Saturday and coming home to my old bed I had a horrible night, could not get to sleep til 2 to 3 am and then I over slept and missed getting to church..just wondering...
Since it seems you tried out a lot of other beds...right now I'm afraid to try out any other beds as I might not get to sleep again and have another hard night like Saturday...
Oh and Thanks PALady and you too Michael for answering my other question.
Y'all are so nice...Prayers coming to you both.
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   Posted 2/15/2010 9:32 AM (GMT -7)   

   Good Morning Chartreux! The sleep number, is an air bed, and has pumps that adjust the firmness of the bed. If you get the slpit King, they will come with seperate controls. We did try one of them, and it was our second choice, and a close one at that. Privey has one so you can ask her as well. My wife tried hers when we went to visit her and her husband. Give her a shout, as she can tell you all about them.

 

              Michael


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   Posted 2/15/2010 7:39 PM (GMT -7)   
Everyone!!We did buy the Sleep Comfort California King Split Bed. Kenny (my hubby) said too bad we couldn't drive it because is was as expensive as a small car. lol Not as much but very expensive. I have really enjoyed the bed, I sleep well, sound and being able to raise my head and feet are great!!! We did purchase the massager and neither one of us really like it that much and I have asked it return it when it was within window but they gave me some speel about that was the one part that they can't take back because of the way it is shipped. So we try to use it even though we aren't really sold on that portion. So if you are interested in that make sure that is what you want before ordering.

I would say that Kenny likes it as much as I do. Since we've had it he has gone to bed earlier and sleeps sounder than ever. At least his snorer still works. Some nights he's asleep snoring with his specs on and I'll wake him up and tell him he might want to take his glasses off so he won't screw them up if he rolls on them and he'll say "I wasn't asleep". humm wonder what that noise coming from him was......
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