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hi i read this: Place your mattress on the floor and see whether it sags in the middle. If it doesn't, then you need to replace your bed frame.

Does that make sense at all because my mattress felt that way and it seemed to sag. Bed is not that old either

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Sep 15


Hi there -- Thanks for your question. Yes, that is good advice. If your mattress has a sag, but does not sag when it's on the floor by itself, then the problem is not with your mattress but rather with some part of the under-mattress support system -- eg, the foundation, bed frame, and/or platform.

I hope that's helpful.

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