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Hello, these nursing pads are made in China. I spent a month last spring visiting all factories where our clothing is made. They're a close supplier, and kind of like extended family to the Kindred Bravely team. Please contact us directly if you have any other questions about production, and I'd be glad to tell you mor… see more Hello, these nursing pads are made in China. I spent a month last spring visiting all factories where our clothing is made. They're a close supplier, and kind of like extended family to the Kindred Bravely team. Please contact us directly if you have any other questions about production, and I'd be glad to tell you more about the production process. Thank you! see less Hello, these nursing pads are made in China. I spent a month last spring visiting all factories where our clothing is made. They're a close supplier, and kind of like extended family to the Kindred Bravely team. Please contact us directly if you have any other questions about production, and I'd be glad to tell you more about the production process. Thank you!
Kindred Bravely
Seller · July 31, 2017
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No, not with bra + shirt.
However, if you are wearing something thin, such as a tank top with bra built in, you may see them a little.

Machesic
· April 30, 2018
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I was 36DDD pre-baby. Now even bigger and these are small. Yes they will work if you make sure it’s placed properly right on your nipple, but mine leaked from heavy milk flow. The pad was soaked through even the waterproof lining. They also are very visible through a nursing bra unless you have thick bra padding on top… see more I was 36DDD pre-baby. Now even bigger and these are small. Yes they will work if you make sure it’s placed properly right on your nipple, but mine leaked from heavy milk flow. The pad was soaked through even the waterproof lining. They also are very visible through a nursing bra unless you have thick bra padding on top of the milk pad. I like that these are reusable, but I am looking for one that is at least 6” to wear out and especially overnight for leaks. see less I was 36DDD pre-baby. Now even bigger and these are small. Yes they will work if you make sure it’s placed properly right on your nipple, but mine leaked from heavy milk flow. The pad was soaked through even the waterproof lining. They also are very visible through a nursing bra unless you have thick bra padding on top of the milk pad. I like that these are reusable, but I am looking for one that is at least 6” to wear out and especially overnight for leaks.
Ivana Cherie
· August 16, 2018
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Hello, the bag is 6 in. x 6.5 in.
Kindred Bravely
Seller · September 19, 2018
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I’m not sure what you mean- this product is for nursing moms. Any age of woman who is breastfeeding can use these. They work great!
Denise Dreis
· March 10, 2019
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If you leak a lot it will...like an oz or more, the pad will feel wet and it will also start bunching up. If it's only a tsp or so it will dry. But the terry-like fibers will dry and become a little stiff. When i had sore nipples, it really chafed me. I prefer Glangels nursing pads. They stayed dry and soft and d… see more If you leak a lot it will...like an oz or more, the pad will feel wet and it will also start bunching up. If it's only a tsp or so it will dry. But the terry-like fibers will dry and become a little stiff. When i had sore nipples, it really chafed me. I prefer Glangels nursing pads. They stayed dry and soft and did not chaff. They also seemed a lot more absorbent see less If you leak a lot it will...like an oz or more, the pad will feel wet and it will also start bunching up. If it's only a tsp or so it will dry. But the terry-like fibers will dry and become a little stiff. When i had sore nipples, it really chafed me. I prefer Glangels nursing pads. They stayed dry and soft and did not chaff. They also seemed a lot more absorbent
Phlint
· June 28, 2017
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It truly depends on how much and how often you may leak. The only time I leak is during pumping, and I usually keep cloth diapers handy to combat that so I don't wet the pad. I just like to have the pads in now that I am back to work just in case but since I have not leaked at all during the day one set works for me ea… see more It truly depends on how much and how often you may leak. The only time I leak is during pumping, and I usually keep cloth diapers handy to combat that so I don't wet the pad. I just like to have the pads in now that I am back to work just in case but since I have not leaked at all during the day one set works for me each day. If I wet them more, I would probably order two packs, that way I wouldn't need to do laundry every other day! see less It truly depends on how much and how often you may leak. The only time I leak is during pumping, and I usually keep cloth diapers handy to combat that so I don't wet the pad. I just like to have the pads in now that I am back to work just in case but since I have not leaked at all during the day one set works for me each day. If I wet them more, I would probably order two packs, that way I wouldn't need to do laundry every other day!
Nicole C.
· November 6, 2017
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I wash them every couple of days, so they don't sit for very long in the laundry bin. If it's really wet I leave it out to dry before sticking it in the bin. Also, making sure they are really dry by running the dryer a tad longer seems to help!
Erin P
· September 25, 2019
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We do not have a recommended number, but it depends on how often the pads are washed and worn. As long as the material is still intact and fairly absorbent, they can still be used.
Kindred Bravely
Seller · October 12, 2019