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Thread: When can I expect to stop leaking?

  1. #11
    Join Date
    Jul 2011

    Default Re: When can I expect to stop leaking?

    I stopped wearing breast pads when my son was around 15 months, but I think I'm the exception....it may be a lot sooner for you!
    Adoptive and Bio Mommy to Two Breastfeeding Boys!


  2. #12
    Join Date
    Jun 2011

    Default Re: When can I expect to stop leaking?

    I wear pads all day every day, and my nursing bra is like a sports bra, so it goes under my breast when I move it - pad too. Then, I can just scoop the bra/pad back up. I only leak these days if I'm away from baby and thinking about him or from the opposite breast when my let-down happens while nursing (well, and if he happens to sleep a little longer than my body was expecting).

    I honestly can't remember when I stopped wearing the nursing pads with my daughter!
    Miss Sassy Pants 1/9/05 BF 13 months
    The Animal 5/25/11 . . . BF 15 months
    Flash 4/24/13 . . . BF 14 months
    Baby Diva 4/28/15....currently still BF
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  3. #13
    Join Date
    Dec 2009

    Default Re: When can I expect to stop leaking?


    You're welcome
    Little SW, Aug '09
    Miss MW, Jan '11
    Sir RW, Oct '12
    3 kids in 38 mos

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Northern Cal.

    Default Re: When can I expect to stop leaking?

    Quote Originally Posted by @llli*jeno View Post

    You're welcome
    Oh gosh, I forgot about those, but they are AWESOME.

    You can call me JoMo!

    Mom to baby boy Joe, born 5/4/09 and breastfed for more than two and a half years, and baby girl Maggie, born 7/9/12.

  5. #15
    Join Date
    Jan 2011

    Default Re: When can I expect to stop leaking?

    I leak whenever one side has a let-down so I typically wear pads all the time. I used to buy the disposable kind and I found them to be less discreat than the washable ones I have now. I would recommend the day time bamboobies. They're thin and absorbant and easy to push out of the way. If they do happen to be exposed, they're a cute heart shape and come in different colors. My DS is almost 14 months and the leaking has gotten better, but since he still night nurses, I have to wear them because I hate waking up with a wet spots.
    DS was born June - 2010
    and with lots of help and support from my hubby
    Ready to pump wean!!

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