What is the opinion of Reddit about the
ComfiLife Gel Enhanced Seat Cushion – Non-Slip Orthopedic Gel & Memory Foam Coccyx Cushion for Tailbone Pain – Office Chair Car Seat Cushion – Sciatica & Back Pain Relief (Black)?

A total of 7 reviews of this product on Reddit.

1 point


14th Jan 2022

Take some time to put together a first aid type kit that you can carry with you or keep in your desk. With the types of pain medication that you respond to Tylenol, Alene, etc, instant ice or heat packs, biofreeze/icy hot/voltaren. Basically whatever you need for if a flare hits because you won’t be able to just grab it from the medicine cabinet.

Lunches are terrible for me so I usually eat or or take some pretzels and jello. I know it’s not healthy but I have an awful time trying to come up with things on the fly like that. My family started getting Hello Fresh because of our issues with deciding what to have and being super fatigued. Still need to cook it but everything is included in the bag.

ThisComfiLife cushion is the cushion I have. I also got the lumbar support. Not sure I would recommend the lumbar only because it keeps me set too far to the front of my chair.

2 points


18th Jun 2021

What about something like this on a chair with lumbar support?

I have a cushion that has a cutout in the back for my spine. It’s pretty great. I notice a big difference when I forget to bring it.
This is what I have:

1 point


22nd Sep 2021

I use this when I drive to the track and back with my Ultra Shield.


1 point


18th Aug 2021

Have you had an MRI or CT? I think that would be a logical next step (but I’m not a doctor, just someone who she’s them a lot). I think an MRI would get to the bottom of it all pretty quickly.

My gut instinct makes me think maybe a herniation – a hole in the fascia can happen anywhere there’s muscle so it’s not just an abdominal thing.

Or maybe referred pain from somewhere like the coccyx. I’d suggest trying a coccyx pillow to sit on, even if sitting isn’t an issue per se, just relieving pressure in that area could help overall. I use this one but really, anything with this concept would work.

Referred pain can be kind of wild and can make things tough to diagnose. It could be a hip issue (bone spur, bursitis etc). There’s a lot of muscles that attach to the pelvis, personally I’d want an MRI to rule out a sarcoma (yes, very rare but you are talking to someone who had one).

That’s probably the direction I’d go when asking questions. Follow the rule, if it hurts when you do xyz, then don’t xyz as much as possible (at least until you figure out what the issue is).

Hopefully this is the kind of answer you were hoping for here, sorry I can’t be of much more help. Good luck, I know it can take a long time to figure out these issues sometimes but it sounds like you are on the right track.