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    OH, oh ,oh...EVERY lupus patient needs to invest in pillows. all kinds of pillows. thick, thin, fat, feather, round, roll shaped....pillows are our friends, and can comfort us in our darkest, most painful hours!
    i simply couldn't live or be comfortable without a host of different pillows!

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    A hubby is not bad for those purposes, either!

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    I had problems sleeping for a long time.. now I take Ambien and sleep pretty nicely. NOT without assistance from 3-4 pillows and a thin down comforter. Sometimes I want my hubby to get up and get on the couch, but I'd never ask him to do that! I used to sleep on the couch a lot though. I guess we found another activity that lupus affects.

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