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    Two or three should be enough unless you're planning on staying a while

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    I was in hospital for a week and went through 3 packs, I used the hospital pads on top of my own maternity ones for extra absorbency and comfort (they're a bit softer and you can put ice in them if need be).
    I think you should definitely take 2 packs.

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    Take a note pad and pen. I found it handy to write down gifts etc but also writing questions for when the midwife came around.

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    Thanks ladies! Bub's bag is all packed & I have started mine

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    Besides everything else that has been mentioned... Pack a travel mug, as when the tea lady comes around it doesn't take long for those tiny cups to get cold. If you can have it made in your travel mug you can drink it when it's still hot!!! Or your partner/friends can fill it up with real coffee!!

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    Disposable incontinence pants. I used them instead of maternity pads and they were brilliant. Very comfy, no leakage and just throw them out when you need to change.

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