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Saturday, October 27, 2012

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Mike

I also have a herniated disk, I bought a new memory foam mattress and after around a year I had the same problem, however after looking around at memory foam mattresses for one that would last a while i found this site http://www.lionmemoryfoammattresses.co.uk/ so far ive not felt any softening of the mattress and ive had it for 7 months (around the same time my last mattress started to feel less supportive) hope this helps

Hi Mike,
I don't know what makes you think that one dog smells better than another. Herniated discs and memory foam do not go together. You need to abandon your idea that memory foam is good. It isn't.
Flip your mattress over and try sleeping on the underside. Your back will feel better.

Thanks, Pete
www.themattressexpert.com
1-888-732-5923

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