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    Default The best pull-up?

    I'm getting a little stressed with diapers. What's the best pull-up? Opinion, pros and cons. Preferably ones I can buy from a pharmacy (I like in England) but if I have to order, I'll probably order.

    I might just need practice with diapers, I'm not sure.

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    Southstuart

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    Drynites should be fine, would they fit you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southstuart View Post
    Drynites should be fine, would they fit you?
    I have quite a large waist/hips, probably not. I'd most likely need an adult one.

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    Southstuart

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    I saw one a nappy called tena flex. Its like a waistband that the nappy then comes between your leg and attatches to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southstuart View Post
    I saw one a nappy called tena flex. Its like a waistband that the nappy then comes between your leg and attatches to.
    I was going to buy them.. ugh, are they good? are they actually a pull-up aside from the waistband and the middle bit?

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    Southstuart

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    Not really like a pull up, but i think theyre a lot easier to use that a regular nappy.

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    Try the Abena Abri-Flex Pull Ups. It's one of the most absorbent pull ups out there along with Molicare Mobile.

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    I agree on the Abena Abri-Flex. They have the highest quality and absorbancy of any pull up I have tried. I just tried the Molicare and they were cut oddly in the back and half the absorbancy. Northshore is about the same. I will gladly pay a little more for the Abena if I just need a hour or two out of the house. Else it is a full diaper...

    If you have not looked at XP Medical, they have the best per unit cost on them last I checked and great customer service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joemama View Post
    I agree on the Abena Abri-Flex. They have the highest quality and absorbancy of any pull up I have tried. I just tried the Molicare and they were cut oddly in the back and half the absorbancy. Northshore is about the same. I will gladly pay a little more for the Abena if I just need a hour or two out of the house. Else it is a full diaper...

    If you have not looked at XP Medical, they have the best per unit cost on them last I checked and great customer service.
    Pretty sure that's American, I'm from England.. :/ x

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    Southstuart

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    Where in england are you from?

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