Lansinoh - Disposable Nursing Pads, 60-Count

By: Lansinoh
Walmart #: 002626200
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Ultra-slim and lightweight nursing pads keep both you and your clothing dry

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Embarrassing leaks is a common problem that occurs at some point of time to many young mothers who breast feeds their child. Lansinoh Disposable Nursing Pads can avoid this embarrassing leak. You need not worry about being noticed with these Nursing Pads under your clothing as it is ultra slim (2mm thickness) and light weight. You do not have to check often whether the pads are in place because of the special contour and non slip adhesive tape that holds the pad in its place. These are one time use Lansinoh Disposable Nursing Pads and each pad is individually wrapped for cleanliness and comfort. Stay-dry lining of these breast feeding pads draws milk away from your skin and thus prevents the sore nipples that are caused due to excess moisture. The milk is absorbed by a special polymer in the core of the pad thus making your clothing and skin dry.

Lansinoh 20265 Disposable Nursing Pads:

  • Stay-dry lining helps prevent sore nipples by keeping moisture away from skin
  • Special contour and non-slip adhesive tape keep pads in place
  • Ultra slim and light; only 2mm thick
  • Won't show under clothing
  • The disposable breast pads,60 count are individually wrapped for cleanliness and convenience


Multi Pack Indicator: No
Model No.: 20265
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 3.2
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 5.0 x 5.0 x 3.0
Assembled in Country of Origin: USA
Origin of Components: Imported
Walmart No.: 2626200

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Customer Reviews | 201 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

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Customer review by Mommma

5.0 stars by Mommma

My Sister recommended these to me after I had my daughter who is now 14 months. I am so glad she did because they are very comfortable, and thin, but still absorbent. I am a large chested woman and can tell you that they are great for this body type. I was worried about others being able to see the outline under my shirt, but you can't at all. They are great....TRY THEM!

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Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
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Customer review by trinitymacc

5.0 stars by trinitymacc

I never leak through these pads. No matter how much I leak, they never go through.

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Downers Grove, Il
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Ownership:2 - 3 months
Age:25 - 34
Usage:Every day
This Is A Needed Product

Customer review by ExtraordinaryGrace

5.0 stars by ExtraordinaryGrace

I Liked this product alot because it has a self adhesive strip on the back that allows this product to say in place while you are breastfeeding. The only thing I think it needs is another adhesive strip so it will stay much better. I have tried others and this one holds up alot better than the other products I have tried like this and most of them do not have an adhesive strip on them. This product rocks.

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Jackson, Tn
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Ownership:5 - 6 months
Age:25 - 34
Usage:Every few days
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by an anonymous customer 3/20/2009
  • These have nothing to do with the pumps. These are pads you wear in your bra to keep leaking milk from going through your clothes.
    by ArmyMomx38/14/2012
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  • Breast pads are not related to any specific pump. The breast pads are used in your bra when not nursing or pumping to prevent leaking onto clothing.
    by WVShopper20117/10/2012
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  • you can use any kind of breast pad between pumping..
    by nanso5/30/2012
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  • The pads have nothing to do with the pumps. I have the Medela advanced pump which i love. These pads have stickies in them to hold in place in your bra and they absorb very well. It's weird it's kind of like a pad but you can't feel them in your bra.
    by Kelly03024/30/2012
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  • They're not used for breast pumps. You're supposed to put them in your bra to prevent embarrassing leaks and show through.
    by aprilbebegurl4/26/2012
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  • yes, pads are just to absorb excess breast milk while not pumping/feeding
    by Spacemonkey417/8/2011
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  • You don't use breast pads with a breast pump.
    by Tiffany2B12/21/2010
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  • This pad has nothing to due with the pump. The pad is to be worn in case your breast leaks milk. The pump should come with everything you need except for storage bags or bottles.
    by Tbirdgirly12/10/2010
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  • Breast pads do not fit on pumps. They are pads to put inside of the cups of your bra, to catch leaks of breast milk, so your bra and shirt do not get wet.
    by 301Kitty11/15/2010
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  • Nursing pads are NOT to be used during pumping. Nursing pads are used in your bra when not nursing/pumping to protect your clothing from leakage.
    by Loganskitchen8/3/2010
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by an anonymous customer 12/1/2010
  • I use them until they get soaked so like overnight then I change the set in the morning and then wear a pair throughout the day:)
    by kip529803/14/2012
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  • I wear one pair all day, but I am in the later stages of nursing. When I was nursing every 1.5 hours or so, I produced more milk, so I changed them in the evening. They really hold a lot of leakage & you dont feel it!
    by ValueSeekernegra2/27/2012
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  • It depends on how much milk leaks out. Usually one pad will last me about 12 hours.
    by BusyMomOfTwo236/23/2011
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  • It depends on how much you leak through out the day. I can usually wear them all day. They are super absorbent though. I've had a couple of times when I probably could have filled a bottle if i wrung them out but, never any leaks through to my shirt.
    by MJRL6/7/2011
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  • It all depends on how much you leak. I leak a TON and change my pads about every 2-3 feedings. Sometimes if baby goes a long time between feeding, like at night, I have to change immediately.
    by newtx6/6/2011
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  • usually all day or until you feel some moisture.
    by mamameea6/1/2011
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  • I change them daily unless I leak more than usual
    by Lou105/4/2011
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  • it depends on leakage, with normal leakage you can have it for 2 days or other wise daily
    by sonia1595/2/2011
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  • i went every couple hours or so...depends on how much you are leaking....i suggest changing them like changing tampons and pads during your af....this way so you dont ruin your bras and carry the odor on the pads.
    by christina161/1/2011
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  • It depends on if you "leak". If you leak, then change them 1-3 times daily. Otherwise, I would change them out once a day. After 2 months, I no longer needed them. But they were great in the beginning.
    by Tiffany2B7/6/2011
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by Pkasto 5/4/2013
  • Baby section. Near breast pumps & bottles.
    by crevah9/16/2014
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  • Find these with the breast pumps, and bottles in the baby section near the diapering isle.
    by MamiChula2271/23/2014
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  • In the baby section, next to the breastfeeding supplies.
    by asherite1/15/2014
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  • With the baby supplies
    by HBBerry1/1/2014
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  • Baby section, by baby bottles
    by Kayleesk12/2/2013
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  • They are in the baby section, next to the feeding supplies like bottles, formula, etc.
    by TCee311/25/2013
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  • Usually by the baby feeding stuff.
    by JuBear10129/25/2013
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  • They are where the infant feeding stuff is.
    by mamatoboyz7/27/2013
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  • The local Wal-mart that I shop at has them next to the bottles, pacifiers, breast pumps, etc (in the baby department).
    by Miracle20105/16/2013
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  • They are in the baby section, nipples aisle. They are near the end of the aisle, along with nipple shields, nipple cream, breast pump accessories. Then it's pacifiers and bottle nipples, then it's baby basics (socks, underwear, etc). On the opposite side of the aisle from the breast pads are pull-ups, and also on that side of the aisle are baby/booster seats, bath gear and then bath supplies and lotions. Hope that helps...
    by MilesMomInMN5/14/2013
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