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Medela Nursing Pads, Pack of 120 Disposable Breast Pads, Excellent Absorbency, Leak Protection, Double Adhesive Keeps Pads in Place

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  • Medela is the #1 Physician Recommended Nursing Pad Product in the U.S*
  • SUPER ABSORBENT: Made from ultra-absorbent materials that prevent unexpected leakage and promote dryness, our disposable nursing pads are designed for superior protection – day or night
  • COMFORTABLE: Our breastfeeding pads feature an additional soft layer to keep moisture away from the breast while remaining gentle against the skin
  • DISCREET AND SECURE: Double adhesive tape ensures disposable nursing pads stay firmly in place and are discreet beneath undergarments and clothing for the subtlety and confidence that breast milk feeding moms deserve
  • CONVENIENT AND PORTABLE: Available in packs of 30, 60, or 120, each of the breastfeeding pads are individually wrapped within their box for hygiene and easy portability – carry as many as you need throughout the day or evening in your purse, backpack, or breast pump and accessories bag
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Do more with less using Medela’s disposable nursing pads – They were designed to provide more value with fewer pads for the moms who need them most. Combining excellent absorbency and leak protection with comfort and discretion, these breastfeeding pads can be used during the day or night to shield clothing, sheets, and bras against unexpected leakage.

Each box contains: 120 individually-wrapped disposable nursing pads

Made from ultra-soft materials for exceptional comfort, sticky double adhesive tape helps ensure our nursing pads stay in place for as long as you need them. Stay dry, comfortable, and confident, whether at home, at work, on the go, or traveling.

*QuintilesIMS ProVoice Survey; Nov-Oct 2017

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4.6 out of 5 stars
4.6 out of 5
1,793 global ratings

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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 23, 2016
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5.0 out of 5 stars Multi-Brand Nursing Pad Review
By Jeanie on March 23, 2016
Overall Rank (Best to worst)
1. Lansinoh
2. Medela disposable
3. Johnson’s
4. Nuk
5. Naturally Nature Washable Nursing Pads
6. Medela reusable

Ranking Factors
1. How well they worked
2. Size/Shape
3. How well they stayed in place
4. Cost

General Comments: Overall, all but one kind worked fine for me. Every woman is different, but below are the individual product reviews including the factors that I found to be most important.

Lansinoh
Rating: 5/5
Cost per pad: $0.18
Come individually wrapped, folded in half.
+ Good size/shape, more round than the Medela disposable
+ 2 sticky tabs to keep in place
- Slightly more expensive

Medela disposable
Rating: 4.5/5
Cost per pad: $0.11
Come individually wrapped, folded in half.
+ Size was sufficient, contoured
+ 2 sticky tabs to keep in place
- Not as round/discrete as Lansinoh, but not bad

Johnson’s
Rating: 4/5
Cost per pad: $0.17
Come stacked in the box, not folded or individually wrapped.
+ Very small size and round, contoured
+/- NOT individually wrapped like all of the other disposable products. I liked this, but if you carry extras with you for changing away from home it may be less desirable.
- Only has 1 sticky tab to hold in place

NUK
Rating: 3.5/5
Cost per pad: $0.12
Come flat, individually wrapped.
+/- Very large in size
- Not contoured
- Only has 1 sticky tab to hold in place

Naturally Nature Washable Nursing Pads
Rating: 3/5
Cost per pad: $2.50
+ Can be cheaper in the long term
+ Great size/shape (contoured)
- More likely to shift
- Need to be changed as soon as there is any leakage.

Comments:
Good product, but not for me for every day use. These are fine for at home use, but I preferred the disposable kind especially when going out. With the reusable one, they do not wick away and trap moisture as well as the disposables. This leads to irritation if not promptly changed.

Medela Reusable Pads
Rating: 1/5 stars
I bought these as part of a kit at Target and was not satisfied. If you buy reusable pads, buy ones that have a waterproof backing.
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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 12, 2017
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5.0 out of 5 stars A favoritte
By Olga on March 12, 2017
These Medela disposable nursing pads are my favorite so far.

- most comfortable out of four types I have tried- slightly softer and less scratchy
- good for people without washer/dryer in their apartment Sorry, Mother Earth!
- very absorbent, no leaks except when I did not re-adjust for sleep (see tip below)
- discrete under thicker bra or bra with foam inserts that came with my nursing bra from that popular motherhood store; it's nude colored and has a camisole option. It's kind of spandexy.

I would not even care if people thought I had lumpy boobs at this point. When I venture outside, I just wear a cardigan or jacket and no one is the wiser. Planning to wear a lot of looser fitting darker tops and cardigans when I go back to work to try to be more discrete as I don't want to give pervs an excuse to stare. To get a smoother, sillouette, you can sort of stretch the pad out by pulling on the top and bottom of the pad before or after sticking it inside your bra and it will be smoother. Actually, after wearing them for a few hours, they are pretty much invisible without effort. See my unflattering picture: I'm wearing an unlined nursing bra that isn't very supportive, and wearing the Medela nursing bra pads.

Tip: You should air out when you can, and change the nursing pads after every feeding if you suspect you may be getting thrush, or just do it because it's comfortable! I have not had a problem, but I have been super careful at the first sign of discomfort-- itching or the slightest irritation. I used coconut oil, aired out, and began changing pads more frequently, as a friend warned me about it.

Tip: At night when you lie down to sleep, your breast moves off the target of the nursing bra pad. Just restick the nursing pads where your boobs have migrated to when you are lying on your side.
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Janelle
4.0 out of 5 stars Very absorbent
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on July 17, 2019
Jenny opina así
3.0 out of 5 stars No es lo mejoe
Reviewed in Mexico 🇲🇽 on May 1, 2018
Khrystyna
1.0 out of 5 stars Damaged
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on August 22, 2018
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1.0 out of 5 stars Damaged
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on August 22, 2018
I am very disappointed with the product I received. My box was completely damaged when I opened it. The shipping box was completely sealed and undamaged so i am unsure how this could have arrived in this state.
I am uncomfortable using it as the pads could have been exposed to something potentially harmful.
Was excited to try these out and save myself the hassle of going to the store with a newborn, but instead had to venture last minute to pick some pads up as I ran out.
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María A.
5.0 out of 5 stars Muy buenos
Reviewed in Mexico 🇲🇽 on December 13, 2017
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Amanda
5.0 out of 5 stars Really good!
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on September 6, 2019