So i'm right on the small side of most mediums. Abena medium sizes are pretty (rediculously) big on me, and i think that's why they leak with me so much... However, the small size of Abena just barely fit me... It was way too tight and way too low on the waist.
A while back i gave the dry 24/7s a try, and ordered a sample pack from xp medical (which only sells the medium and large sizes.) I learned a bit late the the sizing the dry24/7 is a bit different... And it was absolutely ridiculous. The top tapes were overlapped... It was constantly sinking (i had to keep dragging it back up) and the tapes kept coming undone. I liked the tickness but it was an overall bad experiance. x_X
However, i'd just found out the a small size does exist, and ordered sample pack form the company that actually makes them. They sent one small and one medium for $10 including shipping (ripoff.)
The first thing i noticed was that it actually fits me, PERFECTLY. I just put it on, haven't used it yet.
The odd thing is that there's some siginificant differances between the small and medium sizes. (other than the fact that the small ones are... Blue? :3 )
The tapes on the small are actually much bigger than the ones on the medium. O.o There's also a gigantic elastic waistband in the front to go with the normal sized on in the back... And it makes a BIG difference...
Any idea why these changes might not be included in the medium size? Why on earth would they use smaller tapes for medium, and change the design to not include the front waistband?