So disappointed in tena pants maxi...

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dprlover90

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Does anyone else have a huge leakage problem with tena's maxi pull-ups? I was so damn embarresed when I noticed that they leaked in public, not once, but at least every two diapers! I was hoping them to be more absorbent and take a one good wetting without leaking, but no...

Won't be buying those anymore. Can anyone suggest a good absorbent pull-up diaper that won't leak?
 

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The tena active underwear after 30 min of wet end up with a bunch of wet mass in the crotch area and too heavy. Those are known as "yuk yuks"!.
 

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Why not wear the real kind?

I don't like to wear plastic diapers in public, since they are quite bulky and noisy. I do wear thick plastic diapers to bed, but I would prefer a pull-up when I'm out.
 

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Abena Abriflex Premium 3s take a lot of wetting and seldom if ever leak for me. They are a great pull-up. Good for #1 or #2.
 

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Try the tena stretch super. They feel a lot like a pull up, fit great and very little noise! Hold 2 solid wettings, I don't know about #2 though.
 

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Try the prevail youth underwear!, those are discreet and fit very well under your boxers!. Also there are some booster pads for to increase the absorbing. Well, just I wear pull ups at bed time xD.
 

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I don't like to wear plastic diapers in public, since they are quite bulky and noisy. I do wear thick plastic diapers to bed, but I would prefer a pull-up when I'm out.

Tena Slip Maxi is not at all bulky; that is one of its selling points. It is not even particularly noisy. I mean you could hear it if you are wearing a skirt and it is silent around you, but if you're wearing pants in a normal environment with normal ambient sounds, no one will hear a thing. And I can wear it under skinny pants.
 

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Prevail isn't an option since they are not sold here. But ICkaraokegirl yes I actually thought of that too yesturday and ordered 4 packs of them. Hopefully they will redeem my trust in tena :D

Cloth backed diapers in general have been a great disappointment, with tapes coming loose, streching from size M to XL, leaking and bad odour. How lucky are we adults still having plastic backed diapers, huh? :)
 

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About the tena active underwear never try them, first they're for women >_<!!! (I spend couple of weeks with those nasty and yuk!, -feeling a wet bunch mass between my legs, very heavy after absorbing). I'm so sorry about that prevail is not for sale anymore in your area.
 

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The Tena men's underwear (pull-ups) are good for me in the daytime. I even wore a pair to bed one night with a pair of plastic pants over them. But even though it was soaked in the morning, I could have done without the plastic pants.
 
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