Disposable Maternity sanitary pads
|Product name:||disposable maternity pads Postpartum nursing pads|
|Product dimension:||Size S 280mm×100mm
Size M 380mm×120mm
Size L 480mm×150mm
|Main components:||wood pulp (imported from USA), SAP (imported from Japan), backing adhesive (Henkel, Germany), non woven, breathable PE film, release paper|
|Product thinness:||size S 4mm
Size L 5mm
|Backing film color:||White, Pink|
|OEM and ODM||Both OEM and ODM are available|
When should we need Maternity pads?
When you are planning what you will need in your hospital bag and for the weeks after your baby is born, you might only be focused on the essentials you’ll need to care for your new arrival.
But it's also important to remember the items you'll need for yourself as you recover from birth, such as breast pads and maternity pads.
If you're almost due, you might be busy packing your hospital bag and making sure that you have everything you need for the big day.
You’ll probably need to change your maternity pad more often than you think, so make sure you buy a few packs before your baby arrives.
Don't forget to include at least two packs in your hospital bag, as you'll be changing the pad more often (about every hour or two) right after your baby is born.
1. The SAP imported from Japan will quickly absorb large amount of fluid。
convert it into gel like substance, thereby keeping the area dry and clean.
2. Extra width and length prevent the side and backflow of fluid.
3. High absorption capacity reduces the frequency of changing the pads.
4.It prevents the formation of bacteria and unpleasant odors by allowing
intensive bleeding、 lochia and urine to be easily absorbed.
5.Wide adhesive strip holds the maternity pads firmly, prevents slipping.
Tips for Postpartum Bleeding and lochia :
Postpartum pads are a necessary item for any woman who has just given birth. You’ll want your first days with a new baby to be as relaxing as possible.
----We would recommend having about 150 to 200 postpartum pads on hand, just in case you are a heavier bleeder.
----If you buy too many pads, you can always use them later for your regular periods or save them for your next pregnancy.
----Even if you’re lucky enough to be a lighter bleeder, you should still change your maternity pad every 2-3 hours just to keep infection and skin irritation at bay.
----Choose thinner,breathable, lighter, and more absorbent postpartum pads, which will allow you to have less trouble during the postpartum period
----Take it easy when possible: Overexertion can slow the process of the lochia lightening up.
----If your postpartum bleeding stopped and started again， or notice you are using more than four or five maternity pads in several hours, you need to inform your doctor immediately.
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