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Memory Foam Bed Wedge with supports - Doctor Designed and Recommended - Comfort Guarantee 30" x 29" x 9"


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  • Ultra Soft Memory Foam
  • Gastroenterologist Designed - Scientifically Engineered
  • Comfort Guarenteee - Money back policy
  • Perfect for side and back sleepers
  • Travel and Storage Case Included


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 30 x 9 x 29 inches ; 10 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15 pounds
  • ASIN: B000BTNJEE
  • Item model number: PP01U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,192,763 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Customer Reviews

It is a nice large size (both length & width).
Milkweed
No more waking up in excruciating pain during the night to chomp down a handful of antacids.
M. Barber
I strongly recommend this pillow to anyone with GERD/acid reflux.
Sue from North Florida

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Sue from North Florida on November 19, 2006
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I had very bad hoarseness from acid reflux. Prescription medicine wasn't helping. My doctor advised elevating the head of the bed with blocks but that was not practical. I showed my doctor a picture of the prop up pillow and he said it looked to be the correct dimension. Within a couple of days after receiving my pillow my hoarseness was gone! Yes, the pillow appears expensive but it is much less expensive than buying an adjustable bed. I don't use the neck roll - I prefer to use my own memory foam pillow. My doctor said the back roll is to help keep one from sliding down the pillow. I strongly recommend this pillow to anyone with GERD/acid reflux.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By K. Leontiades on August 2, 2006
My acid reflux started a year ago. Whenever I lied down, my esophagus would start hurting within minutes. I tried just about all of the various acid reducing pills, both prescription and non-prescription as well as many natural remedies, with limited effect. I still woke up every hour or two at night and had to chew antacids to be able to sleep the next hour.

After using this pillow for a few days my acid reflux pain disappeared and I don't need medication anymore. I place the back support pillow along the lower edge of the wedge pillow, inside the pillowcase, to elevate my rib cage. I use the neck support pillow together with a regular pillow, inside a pillowcase, to support my neck. I try to sleep as much as possible on my left side, although after a couple of weeks there was no discomfort sleeping either on my back or on my right side.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Dr. S on October 5, 2006
I purchased the Prop-Up Pillow to help alleviate the symptoms of acid reflux onset by my pregnancy.

At first I tried a recommendation from a colleague to raise the head of my bed a few inches. This resulted in both my husband and I slowly sliding down the bed and ending up scrunched up at the bottom in the morning. Using regular pillows did not work either as I would end up with a serious neck ache and a very uncomfortable burning sensation in my esophagus proving that method was not helpful either.

Then I found the Prop-Up Pillow online. I decided to call the company to ask a few questions before I ordered the pillow. The gentleman who answered the phone was extremely helpful and very knowledgeable about the product and the condition. I placed my order and received the pillow within a very short period of time. FINALLY I can sleep the entire night comfortably and my acid reflux symptoms have disappeared. My due date is coming up very fast and I love this pillow more and more each night.

I highly recommend this pillow to anyone who is suffering from Acid reflux.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By M. Barber on June 25, 2009
I've had acid reflux/GERD for more than 10 years. Even with Prilosec, which eliminated daytime reflux, I would still have flare ups when lying horizontally in bed. My doctor recommended raising the head of my bed 6 inches but let's be real - who wants to sleep with their whole body on an incline like that? This type of angled pillow is the perfect solution. I did lots of research - there's quite a few types of wedge-shaped pillows to choose from, all of which are meant to alleviate the symptoms of GERD. I decided that even though the Prop Up Pillow costs more than some competing versions of similar pillows, the larger size and memory foam material would be worth it. I'm a tall guy so having a few extra inches to work with can make a huge difference. I saw immediate results the very first night. No more waking up with that acidic taste in my mouth, sore throat, and hoarse-sounding voice. No more waking up in excruciating pain during the night to chomp down a handful of antacids.

It did take some experimentation to figure out how to sleep on it, and took a few nights to get used to sleeping with half my body on an incline. By the fourth night it felt normal. I bought the souped-up version that comes with lumbar and neck support pillows but I've found it's easier using the Prop Up Pillow with my regular pillow on top of it. The lumbar and neck supports didn't provide any noticeable difference, so consider buying just the larger pillow and save yourself the extra $ (you can buy without the extra pillows at [...]

As for size, its larger shape is very accommodating. I'm 6'2 with broad shoulders and I fit on it just fine. I can also see this easily supporting someone up to 6 inches taller.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Milkweed on November 19, 2007
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Bought this for my husband who had severe acid reflux that woke him up at night more than 4-5 times per week. It took awhile for it to ship to us but once it arrived and he started using it, it has helped tremendously. It is a nice large size (both length & width). My husband is 6ft tall and appreciates it being larger than other wedge pillows we had looked at. The washable cover is a plus too. My husband doesn't use the lumbar supports - feels the wedge is comfy enough by itself.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sharon on February 15, 2010
This is a wonderful product, worth every penny. The foam density is just right. I bought two bed wedges so that my husband & I can be side-by-side at night, and together they fit our queen size waterbed perfectly. I had two sets of pillow cases made by a skilled seamstress for the wedges and the neck and lumbar pillows.

We, too, find that our bodies "creep" downwards during the night. My Dad was an invalid in the '60s with a rented hospital bed at home (with the back raised to assist his breathing), and I recall that it was a problem for him, too. Whenever we went into his room, he would ask us to help pull him back up... I would like to hear from someone as to how we might overcome this.

I would recommend the Prop-Up Pillow to everyone who has a CHF diagnosis.
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