Organic Cotton Extra-Long Postpartum Pads, 8-Pack

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Extra long pads with an organic cotton top sheet that are 32x more absorbent than traditional menstrual pads. Designed to be gentle against tender skin and to support heavier post-birth bleeding. We’ve got you covered… and your underwear, couch, and sheets too!

FSA/HSA/HRA eligible (dependent upon plan).

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What's Included Composition + Care Gift Wrapping
  • 1ct pack includes 8 individually wrapped pads in a drawstring pouch.
  • Store in dry location.
  • Dispose of individual pads after use.
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Organic Cotton Postpartum Pads
  • 32x more absorbent than traditional pads to support lochia and postpartum bleeding.
  • Made with an organic cotton top sheet and layers of cotton throughout to help keep you dry and comfortable as you heal.
  • Recommended for use with our FourthWear Postpartum Recovery Underwear and Uterine and Between Legs Reusable Ice/Heat Packs for the ultimate in postpartum comfort and care.
Why We Love It

Rest assured with pads that are perfect for laying down and sleeping. 

One of the many things we wish we’d been told before giving birth: you’re probably going to bleed afterwards. Like, a lot. And maybe for longer than you might think. Our pads are specially designed to support bleeding and leakage post-birth. Exceptionally absorbent, they feature an organic cotton top layer and leakproof sides to keep you feeling dry as you heal. And because they’re extra-long, you can rest assured they’ll provide coverage while sleeping (wait, what’s that?!), lounging (huh?), or trying not to squirm as your baby finally settles into your arms (now, that’s familiar!).

Stay dry and comfortable— with one less thing to think about.

Need support? Just ask us.
How many pads will I need for my postpartum recovery?
Everybody’s body is different. For many people, postpartum bleeding is much much heavier than bleeding from a regular period, and includes other tissue, such as lochia, in the discharge. Even if you give birth via cesarean section, you can expect to bleed from 2-6 weeks after delivery and up to 12 weeks postpartum.
You’ll want to change your postpartum pads regularly— particularly if you’ve experienced tearing or an episiotomy—to keep the area as clean as possible. You should always change your pads when they are full and speak to your healthcare provider about how often you should change them to ensure that the vulva/perineal area can heal properly and stay free from bacteria.
What makes Nyssa postpartum pads different?
Did you know that most pads (and tampons and baby diapers) contain hormone-altering toxic chemicals? It’s a big regulatory issue, particularly in the U.S. Period products often contain pesticides (when made with cotton), chlorine, VOC plastics, BPA plastics, dioxins, furans, and much more. Our pads are made with an organic cotton top sheet and chemical-free cotton throughout. They have not been treated with chlorine bleach.

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