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As every breastfeeding mother knows, breast pads are essential and I have tried several different brands. The absorbancy was fairly good and the cost seemed to be comparable to other makes. I personally think that although you end up spending more money with disposable pads they are much more convenient and hygenic. They also can be bought in packs of 100 which obviously last longer and are better value for money, however I could not wait until I'd finished the box simply because they made me itch. I found that around the edge of the pad was quite sharp and uncomfortable particularly when lying down and it drove me mad! I would not choose to use these again unless I had no choice.
I have to agree with you! I also couldn't wait till the box was empty - except I was stupid enough to buy them twice (thought it might be a duff batch & they are good value for money). They were very jaggedly cut out & quite sharp. It's uncomfortable enough when you have two great melons bursting with milk - without this adding to it!
Yours truly, Raima
tamsin23 28.09.2003 22:55
Hi, you need to put a bit more detail in this op to get better ratings. Have a read of ops on similar products to get some ideas! If you update the detail, leave me a message in my GB and i'll rerate for you! By the way, i used Sainsburys own breastpads! Not very cool, but worked wonders lol! Tamsin x
cookie-queen 28.09.2003 21:23
I bought a box of these to start with and got through them so quickly that in the end I went for the re-useable ones. I have to ask, why do you say disposable ones are more hygienic? When you are washing the re-useable ones they are just as hygienic.