For incontinence and postpartum.
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Please note that not all prints are available for Personal pads.
IMPORTANT DESIGN NOTE
Wingless is recommended for Personal Pads because they are designed long and large which keeps them in place naturally when worn in regular snug fitting underwear. As personal pads have the added absorbency layering down the centre, being wingless also helps to decrease the bulk at the centre for greater comfort.
5" (3 1/2" at center)
6" (4" at center)
13, 15, or 17”
Centre: (as shown)
Offset: Pad is slightly longer on one end than the other from the center of the contour, for those who prefer to have the pad sit further forward or further back.
For postpartum, urinary incontinence, or any exceptionally heavy flow that just needs more absorbency and coverage than can be accommodated by standard pads. One Personal pad replaces approximately 120 to 150 disposable incontinence pads.
Materials: 100% cotton, organic cotton, or flannel top, high absorbency cotton sherpa/flannel central layering, leak resistant fleece backing.
Unique Design Features: Hourglass design for added coverage front and back featuring leak resistant side gussets to prevent overflow. Extra center layering with channel stitching for stability, comfort, and maximum centralized absorption with three times more center absorbency layering than Classic and Ultra pads. You won't believe how trim these fit even with all that amazing protection. Easy to use, easy to change out, easy care.
Designed large for heavier incontinence issues. For mild stress incontinence (leaking when sneezing, coughing, etc.) the Classic or Ultra pads may be a better option
Personal pads are specialty custom pads and, due to health regulations, are not returnable so please review your shopping cart prior to placing your order to be sure you've ordered the correct size and style for your needs. Designed large for heavier incontinence issues. For mild stress incontinence (leaking when sneezing, coughing, etc.) the Classic or Ultra pads may be a better option.
Did You Know?
Putting a cloth pad on straight from the dryer while it's still warm (or leaving it in the sun to warm up) helps to ease menstrual cramps.