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Medela Disposable Bra Pads

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Medela Disposable Bra Pads
3.5 out of 5 based on 15 user reviews.

Review by Facebook User on Nov. 15, 2010
These pads stop leaks. Totally. I bought cheaper pads, but they leaked and I used way more of them to try to stay dry. The medela ones just work so much better. They are also thin and fit nicely (and less visibly) under clothes. I never feel damp in these and they wick milk away really well.
Useless sticker thing to hold them in place- never works for me.

Cred: 1130
Review by emcardle22 on Feb. 22, 2011
These are itchy and something about them makes them stick to your nipple. Right after DD1 was born, one of these stuck to my nipple and when I took it off it ripped a chunk of my skin off with it. I was pumping blood after that and I cried everytime my baby latched. Wouldn't recommend these to my worst enemy!!

Cred: 20
Review by emcee on Feb. 11, 2011
Medela is my go-to pads. They come packaged really thin, so it's discreet if you are carrying them in something other than your diaper bag. They are by far the most absorbent and odor-free, I can get away with one pair, while I might have to change 2-3 times while wearing a different brand. They also sit quite well (with and without the sticky), and the back of the sticky does not show through white clothing (if I forget to remove the label.)
They are pricier than other similar pads, but they are worth it!

Cred: 270
Review by goldensnitch on Nov. 17, 2010
Individually wrapped, so they're great to take with you. They are very absorbent.
They are very lumpy if just worn in a nursing tank. I also don't think they are as soft as the Lansinoh ones.
I prefer Lansinoh to the Medela pads.

Cred: 1325
Review by JulieMSmith on Nov. 15, 2010
Soft, smooth, easy to use, didn't show under shirts, absorbent, stayed in place well (even without the sticky part)

Cred: 821
Review by mamamarchand on Nov. 15, 2010
Lifesaver! I didn't feel like I was wearing them when I was and they didn't show through bras/clothes. I used these the entire time I was nursing and loved them.
The sticky part is useless.

Cred: 1021
Review by CApostle on Nov. 15, 2010
Can't think of any...
Itchy, and make sore nips hurt even more!
Washable pads, any fabric ones are better than the plastic ones!

Cred: 1480
Review by JoAnneC on Nov. 16, 2010
They are very absorbant
They started to stink if I wasnt in a place where I could change them
I prefer Lansinoh pads

Cred: 1493
Review by ambella on Nov. 17, 2010
Work well, nice and thin.
I agree the sticker is useless, and I don't like how they are folded in the packaging.
I prefer Nuk ulta thin

Cred: 8457
Review by KatieLeal on Mar. 02, 2011
These were not comfortable and they didnt stay in place very well. I really didnt like these.
I really liked the Lansinoh pads much better!

Cred: 26
Review by Caige on Nov. 15, 2010
They hold leaks well. Never leaked through my shirt.
Showed under my shirts so I always had to wear a tank top under everything

Cred: 1091
Review by TAPeschke on Nov. 15, 2010
Love these! I've tried a few brands and these ones didn't irritate my skin and were easy to use.

Cred: 8818
Review by JessicaCook on Mar. 03, 2011
did not stay in place very well, still allowed leaks.

Cred: 8471
Review by LaurenBrooke on Mar. 14, 2011
Very comfy and works great for leaks.
A little pricier that other bra pads.

Cred: 33
Review by sarahwilk627 on Nov. 15, 2010
Very itchy and didn't stay in place very well.
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