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Gerber Ultra-Thin Nursing Pads

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Name of Product Being Reviewed: Gerber Ultra-Thin Nursing Pads 

Manufacturer:  Gerber 

Reviewed By:  Holly 

Date Reviewed:  January 10, 2010 

Available for Purchasewww.target.com, www.babiesrus.com, www.diapers.com  

Pros:

  • Thin and soft material
  • Great at keeping moisture in pad

 

Cons:

  • A bit too small for larger breasts

 

Comments:

These pads are thin and soft and do the job of keeping the moisture, caused by milk leaking from the nipples, away from the skin and off of your shirt.  My breasts are a size 34D prior to breastfeeding, larger now, and the pad is a bit too small to lay flay against my breast. It can tend to wrinkle and show through the shirt and I find myself spending a lot of time adjusting it to make sure it didn’t show through.  Once you get it in place, however, it does stay where you put it. These are my favorite of the nursing pads that I have used. 

Overall Rating (0-5 palm trees, 5 palm trees being a Mommy Oasis):

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  1. fedgirls says:

    These were absolutley my favorite for my first baby so much so that I usually buy them for all my mommy friends. But weird thing happened with my second. They just didn’t work for me anymore. They slid everywhere and kept coming out of my bra. This time I got hooked on the Lansinoh ones that have the sticky pads. They absorbed better and didn’t come out of my bra. Funny think was that I tried the Lansinoh the first time and hated them so I guess our boobies can change!

  2. Avent & Nuk are also good. Nuk doesn’t have adhesive so they do tend to move around, particularly at night. Avent is great but a bit thicker.

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