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    Another one for Kotex maternity pads & Johnson's breast pads

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    Another for libra maturity pads and I also used the avent cloth breast pads after my milk settled and before my milk settled I found that rite aid was good :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrownupsCallMeK View Post
    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
    Nothing dodgy about Aldi those Germans sure are good at what they do hehe. I love Aldi :3

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    For both boys i used coles brand bteast pads . I originally used pigeon but these are the same but cheaper. The woolworth ones i found were too thick!

    I only used maternity pads for the first few days (libra brand). After that i just used kotex super pads then went regular and then light.

    Sent from my GT-I9100T using BubHub

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    Kotex maternity pads & Pigeon disposable breast pads!

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    Haven't tried them yet, I hate pads too but would only usually use libra overnight along with a tampon (normally extrely heavy flow)
    I compared the look of libra and stay free pads and have decided to try stay free as they feel more cushiony and they aren't folded/squished in the packet so i'm hoping they might feel more cushiony against a sore vjj.

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    I also prefer washable breast pads!

    As for pads, anything that is slim lined! I hate having a surfboard down there.
    Gosh I'm not looking forward to that part.

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    I got washable breast pads off eBay by the way. Cost me $9 for three pairs


 

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