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    Default Best maternity and breast pads?

    I'm 30 weeks and starting to think about buying for my hospital bag. What are your favorite brands for pads? I HATE HATE HATE pads, but obviously will have to use them after the birth. I dont want to feel wet and hot all the time or like I'm wearing a nappy too.thanks!

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    I used libra brand maternity pads (with high waisted undies) and Johnson's brand breast pads (purple pack). I found both really comfy.

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    I use the Coles brand breast pads, they are cheap & comfortable & libra maternity pads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happymum2 View Post
    I used libra brand maternity pads (with high waisted undies) and Johnson's brand breast pads (purple pack). I found both really comfy.
    I used both of these with no problems Oh and I also used Rite Aid Breast pads which were awesome

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    Another for libra pads and Johnson's breast pads!

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    Kotex maternity pads and johnsons breast pads.

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    I hated disposable breast pads, you can get cloth ones by avent, only like $12 for 2 pairs I think, they are awesome or cloth nappies companies make them too.
    As for pads, I used my usual brand as I am fussy and they were on special too! I'd stick to your normal brand.

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    The Purple packet Maternity ones. Kotex i think?

    And the best breastpads are cloth. Or the Pidgeon ones with the two sticky spots. You can buy them in IGA (not sure of other stores that sell them)

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    I will only use the libra maternity pads. As for breast pads, I'm not sure as I have never used them.

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    As dodgy as it sounds I loved the Aldi brand maternity pads. Like OP I hate pads but these were great. I used cloth breast pads. I bought mine off eBay

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