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Old Aug 18, 06, 8:33 am   #1
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My butt hurts bad during long overseas flights

Other than that closed in feeling of being in a cattle car, the thing that bothers me the most during a long flight is how much my butt hurts. Those economy class seats are so hard and uncomfortable and I am really hurting after a few hours. I wonder if there is anything I can do.

What do you do to protect your rear end from being so sore on those long international flights?
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Old Aug 18, 06, 8:38 am   #2
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Old Aug 18, 06, 9:24 am   #3
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Originally Posted by KMHT FF
Exactly! Don't accept invitations to share the lav.
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Old Aug 18, 06, 9:27 am   #4
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Grab a few extra blankets and pillows as you board, pad your seat.
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Old Aug 18, 06, 9:28 am   #5
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In all seriousness to the subject the OP has raised, I too find that on long haul flight a begin to slouch or slide in my seat and but more pressure on my tail bone than I normally would, resulting in a sore backside.
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Old Aug 18, 06, 12:25 pm   #6
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As this topic was pretty much covered in this thread I am going to close this one.
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