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Nursing Pads Reviews

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Breastpads.com breast pads

1 review

Have been using these for 5 years and they are still in good condition. Love these cotton reusable nursing pads. The only issue I have is with my older ones sticking if I don't replace them after getting wet throughout the day. But seeing as you get 5 for free (pay s+h) with the...
Parents choice breast pads

2 reviews

The are very affordable and do a great job if you leak milk. They are very absorbent and they don’t irritate the skin. I definitely recommend them as an affordable alternative to bigger name brands
Avent 100 ct.Disposable Nursing Pads

1 review

These nursing pads are the only ones that stopped my from leaking out. It’s so embarrassing when you leak through your bra and shirt. I’ve tried multiply brands and these seemed to hold the milk in while out in public.
Lansinoh disposable nursing pads - 100 counts

21 reviews

I did not leak while breastfeeding.. but when I began my weaning journey I started to leak.. a lot! These were perfect for the girls as they kept my clothes dry. One con is that the pads do shift throughout the night when I slept.. so one piece of advice would be to wear a...
Lansinoh 20265 Disposable Nursing Pads, 60-pack

42 reviews

J'ai eu ce produit en cadeau et ce truc ma litterement sauver la vie sa ma fait du bien sa crée une sensation d'anti douleur et moi et le bébé était content .
Avent 100 ct.Disposable Nursing Pads

1 review

I've had three kids now, and these are by far the best. They are very absorbent, and have sticky pads on the back so you can stick it to your shirt at night time. Must have For me!
Johnson's Disposable Nursing Pads

30 reviews

I've tried quite a few different types of nursing pads and these are by far my favourite. they're small and subtle but also very absorbent. they're comfortable and a good shape.
Lasinoh disposable nursing pads

2 reviews

Lasinoh nursing pads are my absolute favorite! Before finding lasinoh I was using the regular simple parent choice brand of nursing pads. The parent choice ones were thin, uncomfortable, and held very little milk. That’s when I decided to make the switch to lasinoh, and I’m...
Up & Up Nursing Pads

1 review

Mommies! Do yourself a favor and save money of the bat by buying Up and Up for your kiddos and yourself. These breastfeeding pads absorb well and store nicely in your old "tampon/time of the month" bag lol plus they're a fraction of the cost!
Swaddle in Cloth (etsy) Reusable Nursing Pads

1 review

I tried many main stream brands of nursing pads and found that most were very bulky and showed through my clothing. I found these washable contoured nursing pads on Etsy (SwaddleinCloth) and they are by far the best I have come across in that regard. They're also very soft...
Philips Avent Washable Breast Pads Washable

2 reviews

This is the worst baby product I have purchased so far. These pads are not absorbable at all, with a letdown milk just leaks out the sides. I tested a drop of water on one and it just rolled off. Avent customer service gave me a coupon for the value due to my dissatisfaction.
Parents Choice disposable nursing pads

14 reviews

When I started my Mom journey - I had soooo much milk. It made perfect sense to buy disposable breast pads in bulk. The Walmart brand was affordable and held a tonne of liquid. They were so cheap I never questioned if I needed to throw away my current pair or wait till they got...
Pc nursing pads

2 reviews

These nursing pads are great. They're soft and fit nicely into shirts and bras. They have adhesive strips on the back so they stay in place which is great. I find their backing slightly plasticy but that doesn't bother me. They're folded in their packaging and sometimes you can...
Philips AVENT Disposable Day Nursing Pads

2 reviews

These nursing pads are quite good. They are very absorbent, no leakage issues. They stayed in place quite well. They were also quite comfortable. The shape was good and the material was soft. I'd only repurchase if my favorite brand wasn't in stock.
Medela Contact Nipple Shield

6 reviews

I had ongoing stuggles nursing my 3rd child. He didn't latch onto my nipple and my nipple were sore / beginning to blister. Thankfully the nipple shield was recommended to me! I had given it a try and instantly I was able to nurse and my breasts were no longer engorged. I...
Gerber Ultra-Thin Nursing Pads

5 reviews

wonderful product that works.
NuAngel Washable Nursing Pads 100% Cotton - Natural - Made in U.S.A.

5 reviews

I was so excited to use these. I received a few from my chiropractor as part of a baby gift. I love how these minimize waste but they do NOT work. At all. They are not the least bit absorbent and leak horribly with the slightest amount of liquid. They also bunch up and do not...
Avent 100 ct.Disposable Nursing Pads

8 reviews

I found these breast pads are not nearly as absorbent as other brands. I also hate that I have to buy "daytime" and "nighttime pads". The pads should be good for any time of day and be absorbent enough that I don't have to worry that I'm going to leak all over the bed while...
Lansinoh 20265 Disposable Nursing Pads, 60-Count Boxes (Pack of 4)

4 reviews

These nursing pads were my best friend when I was first nursing my little one. They did a great job of absorbing any extra milk I had leaking out. They gave me good coverage and had adhesive at both the top and bottom of the pads to make sure they stuck to my bra. It's not the...
Bamboobies Organic Bamboo Fleece Overnight Washable Nursing Pads, 4 Pair Pack

3 reviews

Je dois vous dire que j'en ai achetée pour ma nièce qui vient juste d'avoir un nouveau bébé depuis peu. Elle aime beaucoup le Bamboobies organic pads. Elle les trouvent très pratique en plus elle sont b9nne pour l'environnement. Pour elle c'est simple elle les adorent.