Problems with edema and matress/ chair?

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Problems with edema and matress/ chair?

Postby OrioleMag » Thu Aug 24, 2017 3:46 pm

Hi guys. I have a job where I have to sit a lot, so pudental nerve pain is getting worse and worse. i changed the chair (it was expensive as hell), but it's okay now. I also changed the mattress to memory foam.
But, with that mattress I noticed that I have a bump on my lower back, so I went to doctor and he said it's sacral edema. Did anybody meet with that? Is it possible that I got it because of new mattress? I thought it would be better for my pain to sleep on something soft, not the other way around. Any thoughts?
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Re: Problems with edema and matress/ chair?

Postby Violet M » Fri Aug 25, 2017 5:25 am

Never heard of that happening before. It's hard to imagine how a soft mattress could cause that problem unless maybe it doesn't give you enough spine support somehow leading to bad alignment that puts pressure on the sacrum. Maybe a manual therapist could check your alignment for you.

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