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Please find me nappies that don't leak!

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sarah293 Sat 01-Aug-09 14:25:42

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FabBakerGirlIsBack Sat 01-Aug-09 17:57:43

I found Huggies were better than Pampers but have no experience of older than a baby in nappies and this was more as a bump for you.

What about pyjama pants?

My 4 year old and 6 year olds wear these at night and the 4 year old definitely does a full wee as he is nowhere near dry at night.

sarah293 Sat 01-Aug-09 17:59:32

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CarGirl Sat 01-Aug-09 18:02:20

are you getting nappies on the NHS yet (surely you should be?) I would ask to speak to the specialist incontinence nurse there must be a product out there more designed for the purpose.

FabBakerGirlIsBack Sat 01-Aug-09 18:02:20

Pyjama pants

AnarchyAunt Sat 01-Aug-09 18:04:28

Pyjama pants free sample

My 10 yo dsb bedwets and he wears these. I know thats not your DD's problem but I'd say it means they can hold 'big' wee.

sarah293 Sat 01-Aug-09 18:12:19

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AnarchyAunt Sat 01-Aug-09 18:14:12

4 nappies a day shock FFS they really have no idea do they?

sazm Sat 01-Aug-09 18:21:29

i found tesco own brand ones better when my ds was wearing nappies at night (age 4/5yo)

CarGirl Sat 01-Aug-09 18:31:49

Riven that's a joke, is there some sort of chairty that can help you fight for what dd needs?

sarah293 Sat 01-Aug-09 19:01:44

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ilovespagbol Sun 09-Aug-09 20:46:07

sainsbury's own have been good for us.. its trial and error I guess. I've heard of people putting on two nappies but can't imagine how that might work....plus the cost. Re-usable waterproof outer outside disposable nappy, wouuld that work?

reiver Sun 09-Aug-09 22:33:12

Tesco own brand Extra Large Size 6 nappies (Baby essentials range in a green pack) are larger than Pampers Size 6 and absorb more too. Trouble is Tesco only stock them in the larger stores.
A waterproof wrap eg Motherease Airflow XL or trainer pant over the top worked for us for a while.

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