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Breast pads that don't show

I have lasinoh disposables but they show under my bra. What are some smoother, less visible options?
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  • I want to know too! My boobs look lumpy.
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  • Ugh and they are so itchy!! Following

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  • I wear these but if I go out I wear them under a thick nursing bra that doesn't show. The washable ones I have are even worse
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  • You might have to get some nursing bras with thicker cups.  Also wearing sweaters or loose fitting tops helps disguise them.
    The only thing I can think of are lilypadz, but I've never tried them .  
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  • i was using the avent ones and bought some medela ones to try after I ran out  - the medela ones go lumpy, i hate them. I preferred the avent ones, though they are thicker, I find they don't show as much.
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  • Bamboobies (found at buy buy baby) are awesome! They are soft, heart shaped & washable! The pack is a little pricey but worth it bc you can just throw them in the washer and the heart shape keeps them from puckering in your bra.
  • Love lily padz. Smooth!!

    My friend gave me some as a gift. Need to open them.

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  • Thread-jacking a bit. With the reusable ones, do you have to wash them everyday? With the disposable ones, I'll fill them up if LO sleeps awhile longer before eating. Do the reusable ones fill up the same way? If they do, isn't it a pain to constantly wash them?

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  • mkhim said:

    Thread-jacking a bit. With the reusable ones, do you have to wash them everyday? With the disposable ones, I'll fill them up if LO sleeps awhile longer before eating. Do the reusable ones fill up the same way? If they do, isn't it a pain to constantly wash them?

    from my experience, if you are filling up a disposable, then you are going to overflow a reusable. I wasn't able to use them because I leak so much. I haven't found any that work well for heavy leakers.
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  • mkhim said:

    Thread-jacking a bit. With the reusable ones, do you have to wash them everyday? With the disposable ones, I'll fill them up if LO sleeps awhile longer before eating. Do the reusable ones fill up the same way? If they do, isn't it a pain to constantly wash them?

    from my experience, if you are filling up a disposable, then you are going to overflow a reusable. I wasn't able to use them because I leak so much. I haven't found any that work well for heavy leakers.
    I only wear the bamboobie overnight ones and have like 5 sets. I'm a pretty heavy leaker (slightly less so at 5 weeks) but they've worked for me.

    I already do laundry everyday because my baby is a mess, so it's not a big deal to throw them in with everything else daily.
    I'm a heavy leaker too and Bamboobie overnights are terrific. I went insane and bought a lot, but like Sooz said I'm already doing a lot of laundry so it's no big deal.
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  • mkhim said:

    Thread-jacking a bit. With the reusable ones, do you have to wash them everyday? With the disposable ones, I'll fill them up if LO sleeps awhile longer before eating. Do the reusable ones fill up the same way? If they do, isn't it a pain to constantly wash them?

    from my experience, if you are filling up a disposable, then you are going to overflow a reusable. I wasn't able to use them because I leak so much. I haven't found any that work well for heavy leakers.
    I only wear the bamboobie overnight ones and have like 5 sets. I'm a pretty heavy leaker (slightly less so at 5 weeks) but they've worked for me.

    I already do laundry everyday because my baby is a mess, so it's not a big deal to throw them in with everything else daily.
    I'm a heavy leaker too and Bamboobie overnights are terrific. I went insane and bought a lot, but like Sooz said I'm already doing a lot of laundry so it's no big deal.
    Ok. So it is something that needs to be washed everyday unless you have spares. Thank you for clearing that up for me :)

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  • The Lilypadz are definitely the smoothest fitting pads I've used, hands down, but be warned they aren't the greatest when your milk first comes in and hasn't regulated yet. I letdown at random times and have a lot of milk and for example, today I leaked a big pocket of milk under one of the LilyPadz which then soaked my bra. I would try them again later once my milk sitch settles down but for now I'm retiring them and going with disposables.
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  • I've been happy with the Johnson and Johnson ones.
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