Boots Disposable Breast Pads Reviews
Product Type: Boots kids equipment
Newest Review: ... his wriggles cause them to rustle or if I am lowering my bra to feed they again rustle making discreet feeding harder. The ... more
Customer Boots Disposable Breast Pads Reviews (14)
by - written on 18/07/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I have already started to stock up on these breast pads ready for new arrival who I hope will be totally breastfed. These come in a box which contains two plastic packs of 40 pads in each. After the experience of sending my partner out to get maternity pads and breast pads after I had my son and he came home empty handed I will make sure not to run out this time. I think it may have been embarrassing for him to have to ask in the store as he couldn't find them... Now whether you breastfeed or not I believe you will still need some of these pads as even if you don't plan to breast feed the milk will still arrive after a few days of having baby ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/00, updated on 14/09/00 (Very useful, 69 readings)
These were the only brand of breast pads that I used whilst breastfeeding and during pregnancy. I'd started leaking at around 4 months (which was a bit of a shock to me!), so dashed into Boots and bought the first packet I came to. Obviously once I'd had my son the leaking became heavier, but as long as I changed them after each feed I found no problems with leaking coming through my clothes. I found them to be soft and comfortable against my skin, easy to position and they seemed to keep in place. They were quite discreet, and it was easy to pop a couple of spares in my baby's changing bag. As they are the only ones I used I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/12 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I have found over the years of breastfeeding both of my son's is a good breast pad is essential. This is especially true in the early days as you often become engorged as your milk comes in. However even after this I still regularly wear them as often the let-down reflex for me is triggered in the other breast to which he is feeding from and also occasionally if he has slept longer than my body thinks he should have done and is ready for a feed I will have some leakage too. I bought these Boots extra absorbent pads recently to try as they were cheaper than my regular brand Johnsons and I wanted to see how they compared. A breast pad for me has several essential ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
A lot of people - to some extent understandably, I'd probably have to agree - find discussions about female bodily fluids a bit 'icky'. If this is you, you should immediately turn away.... I'm not a naturally boastful person but that said, I do consider myself to be a bit of a champion breast-feeder; bearing in mind that this holds true only as long as the standards I read about so regularly in eg. the 'Daily Mail' and other papers - wherein are quoted inflamatory statistics such as '80% of women find find breast feeding onerous / painful etc., or they don't like having a little baby hanging off their tit, and so give it up after the first 20 minutes' - are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Having just had a good think about the Avent breast pads, I'm in a good frame of mind to compare them to the Boots ones that I'm wearing at the moment. I'm in two minds about this pad. It scores points in two big areas for me, but less in others. They'll stay on my "would buy again" list, but probably down towards the bottom if I'm honest. What I like: Similar to the Avent pads, they are smaller in diameter than several of the other brands, which makes them more suited to those of us blessed (ha ha) with smaller breasts as we don't have the issue of them moving around as much. Along the same lines, they are a bit more padded so can add a bit ... Read the complete review
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