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Well, if you're a lot smaller than I am, you may do just fine with the airplane pillow. Like I said, I tried a bunch and that one just happened to work for me. You may have a different experience. Good Luck!
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If you mean the little travel pillow when you say "airplane pillow" those weren't firm enough for me and I still woke up too much. For some reason the knee pillow was just perfect and didn't move all over the bed. I only thought of it because you'd said sleeping was the biggest challenge currently, and I remember those days!
Ooh, I should have mentioned the knee pillow. I had a knee pillow from back in the preg days, and when my shoulder was hurting before the surgery, I tried a variety of pillows, and the knee pillow was firm enough that I could put it kind of against my chest, or at my elbow and it would keep my shoulder in a neutral position. You could experiment with it, but the knee pillow is much firmer than the other kinds, but small enough that it doesn't get in the way of my (large) chest. I recommend one of those even before the surgery!