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Old 08-16-12, 04:18 AM
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I change my sons diaper every time he uses it but he still ends up peeing out of it sometimes. What is the best brand of diapers to use that wont leak as much?
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Old 08-16-12, 12:38 PM
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You may have to try out different brands to see which one fits him best.
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Old 08-16-12, 01:45 PM
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When the start to leak, they should probably be moved up a size. Someone told me this when my 1st was a baby and I have found it to be true for both of my kids.

We use LUVS and my son was wearing a size 3 (16-28 lbs). My son is probably about 20 lbs now, but I noticed he was leaking at night and his clothes would be soiled on some mornings. And I could tell I didn't have to put the tabs as close together anymore. So I moved him to a size 4 (22-37 lbs) and we have not had any issues.

Huggies diapers have the same size ranges as does Pampers. I just feel like they are too expensive when I can get LUVS at a much better price and I feel they work great. I tried the Target brand, but I think they gave my son a rash, so I stopped using them. I've also used the WalMart brand and those weren't too bad.
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Well i tried moving him up a size but the next size up is still to big. I have been using luvs but they seem to be bigger than other brands.
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I have used Pampers on my 6 month old son. I have never had any leaks with him. He is in a size 3 they do fit him a little big but I believe you pay for what you get.
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