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#1 Old 08-08-2005, 03:47 PM
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I got them for the first time yesterday and all of my unconfortable problems down there have gone away!
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#2 Old 08-08-2005, 11:13 PM
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agreed! for me, they're much more comfortable than conventional pads. although i still want to try that diva cup i've seen ppl talking about...
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What's the brand and where did you get them? Sounds interesting.
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#4 Old 08-08-2005, 11:34 PM
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I have never heard of them!
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I was turned on to the Naturcare pads about two years ago... At first I was like, chuh. They won't absorb anything. But they do and they're so comfy! I don't feel like my lips are scraping on sandpaper, anymore.
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i picked no, b/c i assume you mean disposables?



i use reusable organic cotten pads for night time. i will agree they are much more comfortable--soft flannel.
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once i switched to glad rags (reuseable, washable pads made frmo organic cotton), i had the same experience. they're the best!
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#8 Old 08-09-2005, 08:56 PM
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What's the brand and where did you get them? Sounds interesting.



Naturecure. I highly, highly recomend them. They really are comfy! Reuseable pads? Hum never thought those would be that comfortable... are they?
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TMI ALERT!



I was getting yeast infections at the end of my period when I was ALways pads. My doc insisted it was just from the hormone fluctuation, but dangit, how come it wasn't happening when I was using naturacare? (I later found that other, not so expensive, non organic pads would also work)



I got a keeper a few months ago and have been using that happily, so, I haven't bought any other menstrual products at all.

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#10 Old 08-10-2005, 08:56 AM
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Naturecure. I highly, highly recomend them. They really are comfy! Reuseable pads? Hum never thought those would be that comfortable... are they?





they are SO comfortable. soft flannel between your legs. they are a little bit bulky (but i think all pads are) which is why i use them only at night, and my diva cup during the day.



i'm a lunapads girl, myself. lunapanties (underwear with the flannel lining sewn right in) are even better. perfect for light days.
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#11 Old 08-23-2005, 06:55 AM
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wow, i didn't know any of these existed...im gonna have to look around. where do you find these reusable pads and such?
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#12 Old 08-23-2005, 07:36 AM
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wow I never heard of these either and I hate conventional pads so i would love to know where to get these.
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