Size 7 Nappies For Bigger Or Older Children | Bigger Nappies Compared

Posted by Will 01/07/2016 119 Comment(s) Kids,

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Asda Little Angels Size 6+ Nappies for Older Kids
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Pampers Size 6+ Nappies for Older Kids
Pampers Size 6+
MoliCare Extra Size Extra Small Nappies for Older Kids
MoliCare Extra Size XS


The size 7 nappies available in the UK are from Libero, but are tricky to find. Pampers have a size 6+ which is new in the market, and Asda have had a size 6+ available for a while. We sell the MoliCare XS which is an adult nappy that has been sized down for children. This article compares the options.
 

Developmental issues and disabilities can often mean that a child is in nappies for longer than we would want. We have had a couple of customers recently that called us out of desperation seeking a bigger nappy for their child. We were able to help and I thought some parents might find this article useful.

 

A quick note; your community nurse, doctor or continence advisor is the best person to speak to for advice. If you are concerned about your child's continence development, speak to a medical professional as a first port of call.

 

What Options Are There For Nappies For Older Children?

Pampers Underjams With Strampelpeter Booster Pads

Pampers Underjams for Girls With Booster Pad
8-12 Years

 

It is not uncommon for your child to outgrow the standard nappy sizes that are available in the shops. The Pampers Size 6+ is the largest nappy available in most supermarkets. Although the actual maximum body weight of child that the size 6+ is suitable for is not written on the pack, we believe it to be around 27Kg (60lbs or 4¼ Stone).

 

Many parents choose to go straight on to the Drynites or Underjams products which are bed wetting pants for older children.
 

The disadvantage here is that you might want a more convenient way to change the nappy without completely undressing your child. Some children need a nappy that is more absorbent than the Drynites or Underjams products. They are also quite expensive in comparison to the smaller nappies.

 

Where capacity is a problem, we sell our Strampelpeter Booster Pads which can be inserted into the bed wetting pants to increase capacity.

 

Asda sell a size 6+ in their own brand Little Angels nappy which might be suitable, but even then you will eventually need something bigger.

 

The parents we spoke to decided to go with our MoliCare Soft All in One Extra, Size extra small. This is an extra small sized adult nappy. Because it's designed for adults (but in a smaller size) it has many features that aren't usually found in baby nappies. For instance, it has internal leak guards and wide elasticated leg cuffs which will help keep leaks to a minimum. They also have four tapes instead of two, making the fit better and them less likely to come undone.

 

They are formulated to care for older, more fragile skin, meaning that the effects of urine on the skin will be minimised, making the nappy less likely to produce nappy rash. They also have breathable side panels to keep your child cool over night.

 

When compared with a Pampers Size 6 you can see how much larger the MoliCare Soft extra small is, a weight range is not quoted on the pack, but the waist size is 40cm to 60cm (16 to 24") so these are ideal to take over from Pampers Size 6.

 

Bigger Nappies Compared - Pampers Size 6+ Vs Asda Size 6+ Vs MoliCare Extra XS

 

Below is a scale photo of Pampers Size 6+, Asda Little Angels Size 6+ and MoliCare Soft Extra Size Extra Small. The differences you can see are that the Pampers (on the left) has a slightly bigger absorbent pad than the Asda Little Angels (in the middle). The MoliCare on the right has a far larger absorbent pad. It is slightly longer, but much wider. You can also see that the pad is wider at the top and bottom, allowing greater capacity.
 

What other differences are there? Well on the Pampers product you can see a slightly darker green rectangular pad in the middle, the Asda has the same thing. This pad is the Super Absorbent area which contains a different material. It's purpose is to absorb urine into the pad as quickly as possible. The effectiveness of this area is what makes the difference between a dry night, or a leaky nappy! If you look carefully on the MoliCare nappy you will see there is a slightly darker rectangular area towards the middle and front of the pad. This is the Super Absorbent area of the MoliCare, and it is much much larger than the Asda or Pampers products meaning that leaks will be less likely.
 

The third obvious difference is the size. The Asda and Pampers nappies are roughly the same size, the MoliCare is both longer and wider, meaning that it will comfortably fit a larger child.
 

The fourth difference in the shape. You see how the MoliCare product is shaped to the body? The shape of the legs gives it a better fit against your child, again minimising leaks but more importantly it will be more comfortable to wear. Those sides (front and back) on the MoliCare are also fully breathable.
 

Finally we have the tapes. Look at the width of the Pampers tapes, they are smaller than the Asda ones. The MoliCare ones are wider, and there are four of them! These nappies are less likely to come undone, and the four tapes can be positioned for a better fit. 

Asda Little Angels vs Pampers vs MoliCare Nappies for Bigger or Older Kids
Left: Pampers Size 6+
Middle: ASDA Size 6+
Right: MoliCare Soft Extra Size Extra Small
 

Bigger Nappies For Bedwetting?

 

In many cases we would not recommend nappies for older children that wet the bed. The best person to advise on this is your doctor (of course). The next step might be to use Brolly Sheets absorbent washable bed sheets or Kylie absorbent washable bed sheets. They will protect the mattress and make cleaning up in morning (or during the night) much quicker. We also have a range of disposable bed pads that can be thrown away once wet. We think this is the best way to deal with the problem.

 

As mentioned earlier in the article you can use the bed wetting pants that are available in the supermarkets if your child agrees. These are perhaps most useful if you are staying away from home (someone elses house, a hotel, holidays etc) when you can't launder your washable sheet. They are quite expensive but your child can put them on and take them off on their own, and they sometimes have designs on them to make them look less like nappies.

 

Nappies for bed wetting are not recommended for every child but if your child has special needs, a developmental disability or is a particularly heavy wetter, nappies are an option. Again, ask your doctor about this, and you can also visit the bedwetting charity ERIC for more information.

MoliCare Soft Extra size Extra Small Nappies for Older KidsMoliCare Super Plus Small - The Most Absorbent Nappy For Older Kids
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The Most Absorbent Nappy

The Most Absorbent Nappy - MoliCare Super Plus with Strampelpeter Booster Pads

 

We have covered the choices available from the supermarkets, and given you information about our MoliCare Extra size Extra Small nappy, but what if you find you need the very most absorbent nappy available?

 

The MoliCare Super Plus Size Small will fit the bill, but it is a small sized adult nappy so it won't be suitable for younger children. The waist size quoted is 20-36" however, the tapes can be overlapped meaning that it will fit smaller sizes if necessary.
 

This nappy is the ultimate protection, the pad is thicker than anything we have discussed so far, and the back sheet is made from plastic like nappies used to be 10+ years ago. Most of our customers buy these for use over night as the greater absorbency means you can get a good, dry, undisturbed night of sleep. You can also team them up with Strampelpeter booster pads for added protection.

 

Advice

 

Please call our friendly team on 01636 30 20 50 to find out more about our products. Many of us have care experience or are parents ourselves, so we are well placed to offer advice.
 

As previously mentioned, your healthcare professionals will be a good source of advice, or call ERIC the children's continence charity.
 

119 Comment(s)

Libby:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi! Thanks for the advice. We got a pack of the extra small nappies and so far have been great!

Every Nappy:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

That's good news Libby, thanks for letting us know.

Ruth Bell:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Could I get a sample pack of your XS for my patient as prior to this she is in size 7 Libero and now she is currently to small for this product please contact me on XXXXXXXXX and we can discuss further. --The phone number was removed from this comment by Every Nappy--

Every Nappy:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Ruth, we have sent you an email. We would be more than happy to help you out with some samples.

scott:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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hello could i get a sample pack of the molicare but in small please i know a bedwetter who may benefit thanks scott

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Scott Please use the contact form on our website to send us the address and any details you think may be relevant in selecting the best sample for you: https://www.everynappy.co.uk/index.php?route=information/contact Kind Regards Will Every Nappy

jordan:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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please can you send me a some free sample of Libero size 7

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi - We aren't selling the Libero Size 7 at the moment. Are you interested in the MoliCare?? Soft All in One Extra Small?

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi We now have the Libero?? Size 7 in stock, please use the link at the very top of this article. Thanks Will

Rachel:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, my son is 4 and asda 6xl is now small for him. He is still in nappies at night. He's autistic. Could u please send me a sample of a bigger size?

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Rachel We would be more than happy to help you out. We have sent you an email. Thank you for reaching out to us. Will Every Nappy

Cara:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Please can I get sample of the molicare extra small! Looking for larger nappys for my autistic son who has out grown the supermarket nappies x

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Cara Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. We have sent you an email to discuss further. Kind Regards Will

Ellie:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi. Just want to say thank you so much for this and the nappies you sent. It's taken forever to find something suitable so thank you.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Ellie Thank you for your feedback! It means a lot when we can successfully help a customer find what they need. Kind Regards Will

Kirsty boyle:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Could I please have a sample and how do I order

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Kirsty Thank you for reaching out to us. We will be more than happy to help, we have just sent you an email. Hope to speak to you soon. Will

Jenny Perrault:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Our son is 4 and autistic and Asda 6+ is now too small. Please could you send me a sample of the next size up so that I can make sure they are fit and can then order from you. Many thanks

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Jenny Thank you for reading our article. I have sent you an email to get more details. I hope we can find something that works for you. Thanks Will

Tammy Ramsden:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi I have an autistic son and hoped you could send me a sample of the extra small please.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Tammy Thank your for reaching out to us. We have sent you an email. Thanks Will

becky:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi there, my little one has outgrown pampers size 6+ and other brands we have tried are also too small around her waist :( would it be possible to receive a sample of the Libero size 7 to make sure its a good fit before purchasing? Thanks, Becky

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Becky Thank you for your comment. We'd love to help you. We have sent you an email. Thanks Will

Stacey:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hello my 3 year old son has outgrown the asda size 6+ could you please send me a sample of the next size available as struggling to find anything thank you

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Thank you for your comment. We have sent you an email. Hope we can find something suitable! Thanks Will

Deborah:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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I have a daughter that has out grown the size 6+ diapers. I am looking for any advice on where to find diapers for her size. Is it possible to get a sample before purchasing. Thanks in advance.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Deborah Thanks for writing us a comment about bigger nappies. We have written you an email! Thanks Will

krystle:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi I have an autistic son who has out grown the pampers size 6+ and would live to receive a sample of the libero 7 if that would be the next one up. Please can you help me. Thanks Krystle mills

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Krystle Thank you for writing us a comment. Of course we would be happy to help. We have sent you an email. Thanks Will

krystle:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi will Many thanks for your fast response, thank you for offering samples to try as this is a huge help to find the one is best. Thanks Krystle

Toyin:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, Please I will also like a sample of the libero nappy in size 7. My 17month old boy has outgrown the 6+ and it's a struggle getting it in size 7 Thank you

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Toyin Thank you for leaving a comment. We have sent you an email. Thanks Will

Ashleigh:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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My son has outgrown 6+ nappies (he is 3&half and is incontinent) can i try a sample Of size 7 please to see if its suitable? Many thanks xx

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Ashleigh Thank you for leaving us a comment. We have sent you an email to request more details. Kind Regards Will

Debbie Burfoot:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hiya, am here out of desperation and googling. My son is 2 and a half and a big boy. The size 6+ nappies are now too small and he's getting marks on his skin. He has just been diagnosed with autism and development delay so looking for the next size nappy. Please may we sample one too see if its ok for him and the prices please. Thanks very much

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Debbie Thank you for your comment! We have sent you an email. Kind Regards Will

Shaun:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi We also have an autistic son who is 6. The size 6+ pampers nappies are far too small for him and we are struggling to find anything that will fit him comfortably. Can you please help and send us a sample so that we can try these? Thanks for your help Shaun

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Shaun We have sent you an email. Thank you for your comment. Thanks Will

Mellissa:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hello, my son is two years old he is autistic.he is a large boy, he's currently in 6+ of the sainsburys little ones nappies because pampers and asda are quite smaller fitting. He doesn't have long left in this size though I've just came across this website from a friends recommendation. I was wondering if I could get some samples please just I can see for size guides and if I could use these brands once he's outgrown his current nappie brand/size. Thank you :)

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Mellissa Thank you for your comment, we have sent you and email. Kind Regards Will

Jo forde:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Would you post a sample to ireland? My little lad has outgrown the pampers 6+ and we really need a solution for night time :(

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Jo We have sent you an email to request more details. Thanks Will

Sharon Dunne:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi i have a 8 yr child who nappies but the 6+ are to tight on him now just wondering want u would recommend??

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Sharon We have sent you an email. Thanks Will

Mark Sanderson:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hello, My daughter is just about to outgrow size 6+ pampers. What would you recommend as the next step? Thank you.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Mark We would recommend the Libero Size 7, and alternatively the MoliCare Extra Size XS if that's a bit small. I hope you find something that works. Thanks Will

Eve Ashton:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my daughters 12 and incontenent through severe brain damage and has to use the tenna nappies designed for adults do pampers do anything similar for older children Kindest regards Eve Ashton

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Eve We have sent you an email. The Libero Size 7 is the largest size baby nappy available. It might be a bit too small as the oldest child using it we are aware of is 9, but you can certainly try it out. If a child is too small for the Libero nappy we recommend the MoliCare Extra Size Extra Small as the next step. Thank you for commenting, I hope you find something suitable. Will

Basharat Ali :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hello, My autism son is just about to outgrow size 6+ pampers. What would you recommend as the next step? Please reply Thank you.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Basharat Thank you for your comment. We sent some samples of bigger nappies to you, how did you get on? Thanks Will

Kim:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my 5 year old boy is still in nappies at night. He drinks ALOT during the day. Doc says this is ok but hes outgrowing pampers 6+. He is allergic to all other nappies. Can I have a sample of Molicare extra small to check for possible reaction before buying a pack. Thanks for any help. Kim

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Kim We'd be more than happy to send out some bigger nappies samples. We have sent you an email. Thanks! Will Every Nappy

sarah mold:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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we have outgrown size 7 libero but the tena xs fit even tighter as they aren't elasticated tabs help

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Sarah We have sent you an email. Please have a look at the Abri-Form Junior as these are bigger than a size 7 but designed especially for children. We can send out some different options for you to try. I hope that they work for you. Thanks Will

Louise:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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I have a 6 year old that needs to be changed twice at night some nights. I've had to resort to pampers 6+ for absorbency but they are now too small for him. I'm wondering if I could try some before purchasing a quantity.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Louise I think that the Abena Abri-Form Junior XS2 will be best in your case as they are more absorbent than the Libero Size 7. I have sent an email requesting your postal address so we can send out some samples for you to try. I hope we can find you something that works! Thanks Will

Stacey smith:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my daughter is at the moment in size 7 nappies from incontinence the next size up they supply at extra small but are way too chunky my daughter walks like jhon Wayne I was wondering if I could have a sample of the molicare extra size extra small as these look different to what I was given.. I'm close to being stuck with a nappy that doesn't for anymore

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Stacey Thanks for commenting! We have sent you an email. I have suggested you also have a look at https://www.everynappy.co.uk/abena-abri-form-junior-xs-2 because they have a narrower core than the Hartmann MoliCare XS. We will send both samples for you to try.Let's hope it works! Thanks Will

Mark:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi there, We are having problems, size 6+ nappies are to tight for our daughter, would someone be able to mail me a list of other options, and try some samples, if possible. Thanks

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Mark In order of size these are the three products that would be most suitable: Libero Size 7 Nappies Abena Abri-Form Junior XS2 Hartmann MoliCare XS We have sent you an email with the links. We would be happy to send out samples for you if you want to test. Thanks Will

Mark:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Would it be possible to get a couple of samples of each and do you by chance do the size 8 (up & Go)

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Yes, we would be more than happy to send out some samples. Please send us your address so we can get them in the mail to you. We don?۪t do the Up and Go Size 8, but if you are looking at highly absorbent pull-up pants in larger sizes we recommend the MoliCare Mobile Size XS.

Alison:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi - My daughter is 10 and is wetting the bed, she has always done it and we heard that it's a development thing and we have to wait but she gets pretty upset about it. The drynites leak through because they don't hold enough so she wakes up wet and the bed needs changing, do you have some larger size, really absorbent nappies to fit a 10 year old?

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Alison Your daughter is probably not going to be too keen on the greater absorbency nappies that we have because they have tapes on them (like normal nappies), where as the Drynites are more like normal underwear. She might be more comfortable with the MoliCare Mobile Super pull-up pants size small as these will hold much more than the Drynites products. You could also try getting a Kylie washable absorbent bed pad and some Kylie washable incontinence pants for girls as these are cotton and look just like normal underwear. If she's more upset about wetting the bed than wearing nappies then you could try the MoliCare Super Plus Size Small as it's the most absorbent nappy that we have, but ask her about the pull-ups and the Kylie washable pants first as these might well do the job and she'll be happier. You could also try using Strampelpeter booster pads in the Drynites as these extend the absorbency. Please send us your address and we can get some samples out to you. Thanks Will

Irene:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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My son is 6 and has autism. We successfully use the Molicare XS nappies. Can you give me any advice on whether I can get swim nappies to fit him. He has outgrown the Huggies "grande" size and I can't seem to get a wrap to wear inside splash about swim pants. Any ideas would be very helpful. Many Thanks

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Irene Your question is very common. It's not something we stock but having been asked the question a good few times we can hopefully help. We point people towards Incy Wincy, manufacturers of washable incontinence swimwear. I must have sent 20+ people there so far with no complaints. Please try them out and let everyone know how you get on! http://www.incywincy.net/acatalog/Swim-Nappies-Youth.html Thanks for commenting Will

John:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi we are looking for size 7-8 nappy samples medium for disabled son As well as pull ups Can you help

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi John We have sent an email requesting more details. I hope we can find something for you. Thanks Will

tracy:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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My 10 yr old daughter has never managed a dry night yet , even wets through a size 6+ nappy at night. These are now too tight and are cutting in. Have been referred to hospital but a long wait. Can you please suggest anything to help. It is distressing her and upsetting me. Thanks

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Tracy For your daughter we recommend the MoliCare Super Plus Size Small - It?۪s the most absorbent nappy we have in small size. It will fit an average 10 year old but might be a little bit big. If she?۪s a bit smaller you could also try the MoliCare Soft XS or Abri-Form Junior. We have sent you an email with more information. We have a blog post all about dealing with bed wetting without nappies as well, I can't link to it in the comments but you can copy and paste this URL to see it: https://www.everynappy.co.uk/bedwetting-without-nappies-guide I hope this helps!

Asiah:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my daughter has some development problems She is going to be 6 yrs old and she will still be in nappies for quite a while I am currently using 6+ pampers but they are too tight. Can you plz suggest what would be the best option And if I could get a few samples also Thanks

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Asiah The Libero Size 7 would be a good next step followed by the Abena Abri Form Junior XS 2. We have sent you an email, if you send back your address I'll arrange some samples for you! Thanks for commenting Will

Marina:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hello. My son is 2.5 but is big boy. He is autistic and epileptic. So we are still in nappies. Now we are on size 6+ but they are too tight already. Looking for something bigger and better. I would be very grateful for more info or samples from you if that is possible, please. Thank you in advance.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Marina We would be very happy to send you some samples. We have sent you an email! Thanks for commenting Will

Julie rich:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, I provide respite care to a 5yr old with autism. He gets nappies supplied but there not great to be honest! Whilst we're out he frequently "leaks" and he finds this distressing. He frequently wakes at night as it's leaked & he's cold & wet. Do you think you have a better product that could help? Thanks Julie

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Julie We definitely do! Have a look at the Abri Form Junior XS2 - It's highly absorbent and comfortable, should be about the right size. Copy and paste this URL to see the product: https://www.everynappy.co.uk/childrens-incontinence-products/abena-abri-form-junior-xs-2 If you need to try out some samples please let us know. Thanks for commenting Will

Asiah Subtain:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Thanks for replying that will be great if I could get some samples **Edit - We have removed your address from the comment**

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

They are on the way! Thanks - Will

maureen armstrong :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my grandson is a triple amputee he's in a size nappy as nearly 6 but there getting to tight for him could you please send me some samples of a size 8 @ 9 please x

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Maureen We would be more than happy to help you out - we have sent you an email requesting more information. Thanks for commenting! Will

Rachel :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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I've just started buying my daughter (aged 9 but very small) size 6+ nappies due to medicines causing her bowel problem to get much worse. They are on the small size for her. Is there any chance of getting samples so I know where to turn to next. Thank you

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Rachel Of course, we would be more than happy to send you something to try. Please see the email we have sent. Thanks for commenting! Will

Paula Evans :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, this may be a strange request but I can asure you it's quite legitimate. I have a 15 yr old incontinent siberian husky. I've been using Simple Solutions XL doggie diapers on him for some time now but they are useless. They really aren't suitable for male dogs. I've looked everywhere to try find something else without fail. I've tried making things but they don't work. I'm hoping to find a child's or adults nappy that will do the job. Please don't think this is a joke. I am serious here. I'd appreciate some samples so that I can find a suitable size for him. At the moment, the leaking urine is starting to burn the skin on his legs.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Paula I have sent you an email. I think the best product for you will be the MoliCare Soft all in One Plus Size Small as it's extremely thin and lightweight so won't be too obtrusive, but also large enough that you should be able to position it correctly. Thanks for commenting! Will

Keyleigh:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi My Autistic Son Is 3 Years Old Size 6+ Are Too Small Now As He's A Big Lad. Can I Have Some Samples As To Which Would Be The Best Ones To Choose Next Thanks

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Thank you for commenting! We would be more than happy to help you find something suitable. I suggest that your next choices, in order of size, are the following: Libero Size 7 Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 MoliCare XS We have sent you an email requesting your address. Thanks! Will

Lisa geach:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my 3 year old daughter is using libero size 7 and they don't seem to be as absorbent as I thought they would be,could you send some samples for me to try please

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Lisa Your next step is to try Abena Abri Form Junior XS2, these are much bigger baby nappies and should fit up to around 10 years old - Please copy and paste this link into the address bar on your browser: https://www.everynappy.co.uk/childrens-incontinence-products/abena-abri-form-junior-xs-2 We have sent you an email to request more information. Thanks for commenting!

Robert:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi I have an 13 yr old son who has special needs . I would love to try the Libero comfort in size 7 to see if they suit. Is it possible to get a sample. Do you ship to Ireland and if so what cost. Thanks Robert.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Robert We can mail you a sample to try. I think that at 13 years old these would be too small, you might find that Abena Abri Form Junior, Hartmann MoliCare XS or Hartmann Molicare Small would be a better fit. Shipping to Ireland is ??21, flat rate regardless of how much you buy. I know it's a lot but that's because of how large the boxes are. We have sent you an email. Thanks for commenting! Will

Lashauna Smith:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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recently came to the Uk ad they don't sell american brand nappies that I use. My son is out growing the 6+. What would you recommend and may I please get some samples. He is a chunky boy so I am skeptical about buying right off the bat.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Lashauna Welcome to the UK! In your case I recommend either Libero Size 7 or Abena Abri Form Junior XS 2: https://www.everynappy.co.uk/childrens-incontinence-products/libero-size-7-nappies https://www.everynappy.co.uk/childrens-incontinence-products/abena-abri-form-junior-xs-2 I have sent you an email with more information. Thanks Will

Libby :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, my just turned 4 year old is not dry at night yet and usually wears molicare xs soft nappies overnight. He needs a very high volume absorbency as he often wets through his nappy and pj's. We are now trying to wake him for wees and get him to wake us however, the molicare nappies do not have resealable tabs to cope we several wees so we need a pull up nappy equivalent please. Can you suggest something and maybe provide some samples? I have several different packs of types of nappies I have ordered in an attempt to find a decent one! Thanking you in advance.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Libby Many parents find themselves in the same situation as you. You can try MoliCare Mobile Pull-Ups XS, these are less absorbent than the soft all in one nappies, so might not be ideal (select Size: Extra Small, Absorbency: Normal from the menu): https://www.everynappy.co.uk/incontinence-pants/molicare-mobile-incontinence-pants I hope this works. The next size up is size Small, these are available in Super absorbency but I think they will be far too big for him. If you need to boost the absorbency of these pants then you can try the Strampelpeter Booster Pads, you pop these inside the pants (or a nappy) to provide extra absorbency. They work really well for many customers: https://www.everynappy.co.uk/incontinence-pads/strampelpeter If you want to try a sample of each please let me know, we will get them in the mail for you. Thanks for commenting! Will

Karen:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi there, my son is 5 and being assessed for autism, he is wet night time and wets during the day. The continence lady suggested we try bigger nappies as 6's are small and cut in. What do you suggest? Thanks in advance

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Karen Thanks for commenting. I think your best option would be the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2: https://www.everynappy.co.uk/childrens-incontinence-products/abena-abri-form-junior-xs-2 Please copy and paste that link. They are bigger than Size 7 nappies, the Libero Size 7 isn't all that bigger than Pampers 6+. We have sent you an email. Thanks again! Will

Kim:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Would it please be possible to get a sample of the junior xs2, extra size extra small and super plus size small as I'm unsure which would be best? Thanks

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Kim Thanks for commenting. Please be aware that the MoliCare Super Plus design has changed since this blog post was written and is now a bit bigger, so might not be suitable for smaller kids. We have sent you and email. Thanks!

Debbie Bartholomew:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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My son has special needs and currently we use Libero size 7. The last batch I have received are now up to 27kg and they used to be up to 30kg. My son is 27kg and they are getting a bit snug. I will contact our continence nurse but as we have just had a delivery I am trying to find something I can buy that will be better for him. Please could you advise, also if you have any samples that would be great and then I can advise which ones I would like to purchase. Many Thanks

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Debbie I recommend you try out the Abena?? Abri Form Junior XS2. We have sent you an email, please get back to us and we can organise a sample. Kind Regards Will

Becky Bisby:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hello. My son is 4 yrs old and has Fragile X (learning disability). We are currently using Libero size 7 pull ups. He is 22kg but they are becoming slightly snug! I'm wondering where we would go from there? Please would you be able to advise.He starts school in September and shows no sign of wanting to use the toilet etc. Thanks for any help you can give. Becky

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Becky We have sent you an email! Please check your junk folder. For you I think the best product will be the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2, although as you are already using pull-ups you might be more comfortable using MoliCare Mobile Normal XS, but I think these might be a little bit too big and bulky for him at this age, you might have to wait a year or two before these are a good fit. Alternatively have a look in the supermarkets for bedwetting pants as these are basically large size pull-ups. Thanks for commenting!

James :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hello, Please can I sample the Libero size 7, and a molicare? I cannot seem to find the right one. Thanks James

Hazel Core:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my son has Cerebral Palsy he's 3 and a half and is in size 6+ nappies they are now very tight and rubbing him can we please sample some bigger nappies many thanks

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Hazel Thank you for commenting! We have sent you an email. I think the Abri-Form Junior XS2 will be the best option for you. Thanks! Will

Stacey:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi I have a 3 year old son with developmental delay. He is in a size 6+ which are getting to tight. Is it possible to try out a sample please. Thank you Stacey

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Stacey We have sent you an email! I hope we can find something that works for you. Thanks for commenting! Will

Andrew:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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My son is 4 and still having issues wetting at night we have tried the dry nites and asda little angles but these all leak these days. Trying to find larger or better nappies locally seems to be a problem at the moment. What could we try with him or are we able to try a sample to find the best solution. Thanks

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Andrew We would love to send you a sample. We have sent you an email, I hope to hear from you soon. Thanks! Will

basharat ali:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi there I'm in need of help I have anautistic child age 4 but he's body is like a 5/6 year old At the moment I'm usinglittle angel nappies size 6+ from Asda They are okay ish when he does he's number one's BUT when he does number 2 then it's a disaster Please help me Thank you

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Basharat Ali I think for you the best option is likely to be Abena Abri Form Junior XS2. We have sent you an email to ask for your postal address. I hope they work out for you! Thanks for commenting Will

Peter:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi could I get a sample of the Molicare soft super medium

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Peter Yes, we can send a sample. Please send us your address so we can get the sample out to you. Thanks! Will

Abram:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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My son is 13 and he wets the and he is only 70 pounds what should i do

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

I suggest you look at getting a Kylie Bed Pad or some other washable bed protection. Thanks Will

Laura:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Can you recommend a bigger nappy for an autistic 8 year old?

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Laura It's hard to know without having more information but I would suggest the Abena?? Abri Form Junior XS2 will probably be a good fit. Give us a call for more information - 01636 30 20 50 Thanks Will

Debbie:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi - what's good for a big 3 year old?

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Debbie You can try the Libero Size 7, it's the biggest baby nappy available. If that's too small then try the Abena?? Abri-Form Junior XS2. Hope this helps! Will

Judith Scard:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi My 18 month old grandaughter has an extremely wide rib cage, partly due they think to Kyphoscolosis. We are having trouble buying larger nappies locally is there any possibility that we could have a sample to try. Thank you. Regards Judith Scard

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Judith We have sent you an email. We have suggested you try either ABena Abri Form Junior XS2 or Libero Size 7. Thanks for commenting. Will

Asifa Malik :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hello My son has autism and is 9 years old, we were using the Libero Size 7 nappies but these are too small for him. Would it be possible to have a sample of the xs nappies please? Many thanks Asifa

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Asifa We have sent you an email. I would recommend the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 or the MoliCare Soft Extra Size XS. Thanks for commenting! Will

Ann:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my nephew is 10 yrs old and has bowel problems can u suggest what size he needs ... He is a size 9-10 yrs in clothes Thank you for your time x

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Ann We have sent you an email. For bowel problems he will be unfortunately more suited to a nappy than pull-ups as nappies tend to offer better protection for bowel incontinence. Age 10 is a bit tricky as that size will be on the upper limit for our XS sized products. I would recommend to try the following in order of size: Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 MoliCare Soft Extra Size XS MoliCare Soft Plus Small (small sized adult nappy with very thin padding) Hope this helps! Will

tatijana petrovski:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi. I have a 10 year old autistic child. I was wondering if I can have a sample sent to me to try. He is 32 kg and has outgrown every nappy in the supermarket. Thank you. Kind regards.....My address is REMOVED BY EVERY NAPPY ADMIN

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Tatijana Thank you for leaving a comment. We would love to help but unfortunately the address you gave is outside the UK. We can only service customers within the UK at the moment. I suggest you look for a local supplier for Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 - That should be a good fit. Best of luck! Will

kyle thompson:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my son he's in a size nappy as nearly 6+but there getting to tight for him could you please send me some sample's of a size 8 @ 9 please to try on him As well as pull ups

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Kyle We have sent you an email. Please check to see if you received it as your email address doesn't look quite right. I hope we can help! Will

Fiona:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi My daughter is 3 and a half and wets the bed I was using 6+ nappies buts she's a very big 3 year old and these just don't fit any more. Tried pull ups but she wakes up every morning soaking these just aren't any good for my child, would you have any samples I could try please? Many thanks Fiona

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Fiona We sent an email requesting your delivery information a couple of days ago, please email or telephone us with your address so we can get some samples out to you. For others reading this I would suggest the Abena Abri Form Junior would be perfect for this situation. Thanks for commenting! Will

Kate Roberts:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, my daughter is severely disabled and requires nappies constantly. She is 9 years old although is currently in Pampers 6+ baby dry - due to struggling enormously to find a nappy that suits her incredibly sensitive skin. Unfortunately she's really needing a bigger pad now. We've tried Libero before and they enhanced her nappy rash making things really painful for her. She needs very good absorbency with unbleached lining that won't irritate her skin further. Can we try some samples of the Molicare extra small size if this is perceived to be sensitive enough? She has prescribed pads via continence services but the nurse hasn't contacted us for months and so I'm having to research this myself. Thank you for you help.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Kate We have sent you an email recommending to try the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2, I think they would probably work you! Thanks Will

Siobhan:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, I'm hoping you can help me. I have an 8 year old with learning disabilities and still wets the bed at night. The wrap around nappies are not suitable as my child prefers the independence of a pull up nappy. Unfortunately I have not found one that will fit comfortably as they tend to be too small or not hold quite enough and leaks out the leg. Is there a pull up nappy that would be suitable for my child? Thank you.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Siobhan I think we already sent you an email but didn't hear back. The MoliCare Mobile Extra Small should work quite well for you. They are quite big but very comfortable and absorbent. If you click on the Disposable Pants link in the main menu, then click on MoliCare Mobile, then select Absorbency Normal and size Extra Small from the menu you can see the prices. If you would like us to send you some samples please get in touch. Thanks for commenting! Will

Rachel:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, My son (almost 8years) with Batten Disease wears the same nappy for day & overnight use (Lille xs Suprem fit). Most nights his bed is wet. I think he passes urine infrequently but large volumes when he does. When side lying the nappy nearly always leaks. Sometimes the nappy is dry & the bed wet. We always make sure the nappy is fitting snuggly. I would be grateful if you would reccomend an alternative overnight nappy. Thanks

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Rachel I think we already sent an email but forgive me if you didn't get it. I would recommend the Abena Abri Form Junior XS 2 will be the best option. Please click on the Kids Products link then click on the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 link to see more information. The reason I think this will work better than the similar Lille product is that the cut suits smaller kids a bit better and in our testing this nappy out performed everything else in our tests. If it's still leaking out through the sides I suggest you take a look at Kylie Bed Pads (please click on the Bed Protection link in the main menu and select Kylie Bed Pads to see more information). While a Kylie Pad won't prevent leaking, if anything does leak out it will be absorbent into the pad away from the skin keeping your child comfortable and dry. Thanks for commenting! Will

Saba:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my son doesn't fit 6 plus nappies anymore as are too tight, please could I sample something bigger?

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Saba We sent you an email but I think we got a bounce back, something about an unknown address? Anyway, should you be browsing the comments in the future I think the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 will be perfect for you. Please get in touch if you would like us to send you a sample. They are bigger and more absorbent than Size 6 nappies but smaller and less bulky than adult nappies. They are very popular with parents in your situation! Please click on Kids Products on the main menu above and select Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 to see more information. Thanks for commenting! Will

Rebecca Lang :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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I have a 3 and a half year old son with developmental delay and I am devestated as the pampers size 6+ are now too small and are rubbing his skin!! We have tried the Libero size 7 but nothing compares to pampers!!! Is there anything you can suggest as we are happy to try pull-ups but we have a feeling they may not be absorbent enough? He is in nappies day and night.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Rebecca I'm sorry to hear the Pampers 6+ is no longer doing the job. Many parents have found the Libero Size 7 to be useful, but if it didn't work for you I highly recommend the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2. It's bigger than a size 7 but much much more absorbent. If you want to give it a try please let us know and we can send you a sample. You can see more about the product by selecting Kids Products from the main menu above ad clicking on Abena Abri Form Junior XS2. Thanks for commenting! Will

Leila Sowden:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi I have a 25 month old boy. Ever since he was born he has been taller and bigger than the average baby his age. He is now almost the full height limit for 2-3 year old clothes and is about to outgrow his size 7 shoes. He has always leaked from his nappies so when he should have been wearing size 3 he was in size 4+ (asda/tesco/boots/Sainsbury's/pampers) to prevent leaking at night. He should be in size 4+ to 5 but is in 6+ and has been for the past year. He's just started leaking in the last three weeks and I am fresh out of options. Last night I changed his nappy at 4.30am and by 6.30am he was soaking due to nappy leaking. He's in no way ready for potty training (doesn't even show an interest or anything!). Do you have anything that would be suitable? He's not skinny not chubby. He's just very tall (at 20m old a nurse said he looked like he was at least 30m old!). Would the size 7 nappies work? Are there any other options? I'm based in the UK and would really appreciate a sample of stuff to try as I only have 3 grobags and they aren't drying as fast as he's soaking through! Thanks A desperate mummy

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Leila Gosh, bit of a problem. You aren't alone though, we have a lot of parents in your situation. The Size 7 should fit and is more absorbent than a Pampers product, but if you want to give it a go the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 is far more absorbent than anything else. I worry though that it might be a little bit too big. Either way, if you would like to try some samples please get in touch and we can send out something for you to try. Thank you for your comment and I wish you the very best of luck finding something that works! Thanks for commenting Will

paul:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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hi could you send samples please for my 6yr old to try out not having much luck in the supermarket with size's

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Paul Of course! No problem. Please send your name and address so that we can get some samples out to you in the mail. Please email sales@everynappy.co.uk or telephone us between 0900 and 1700 Monday to Friday. Thanks for commenting! Will

pete watson:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my son he's in a size nappy as nearly 6+but there getting to tight for him could you please send me some sample's of a size 8 @ 9 please to try on him As well as pull ups

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Pete We would be more than happy to try to help you out. Please send us your full name and address so that we can get some samples out in the mail for you. Thanks for commenting! Will

Tracey:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, Our son is 29 months old, he's currently wearing pampers 6+ but are getting tight and we're getting too many leaks now. Could you please suggest next nappy for him, we're also just starting potty training but it's a slow progress at the moment. Could we have some samples of your suggestions please. Much appreciated

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Tracey I think there are two great options for you. Either the Libero Size 7 or the Abena Abro Form Junior XS2 will work very well for you. They are slightly different sizes, the Abena Abri Form Junior is bigger than Libero Size 7. Perhaps we can send you a sample of each to try out? Please send your full name and address so we can get something in the mail for you. Thanks for commenting! Will

Christina Robin:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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My friends have 3year old autistic twins, the have out grown the 6+ nappies, wondering what you would recommend for active children?

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Christina For active kids the Pull-ups are usually a better option, but if they are only just out of the Pampers 6+ nappies then our MoliCare Mobile pants are probably going to be a bit big. Might be better to try to find a bigger nappy for the next year or so until the kids are big enough for the pull-ups. To replace the Pampers I'd have a look at the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 (please click on the link for Kids Products at the top of the page). If you need us to send samples please let me know. Thanks for commenting! Will

Mark:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi there, could I get a couple of samples of the libero size 7, and molicare xs,

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Mark Thank you for commenting! We would be more than happy to provide a sample. We have sent you an email (please check your junk). Thanks! Will

Karen :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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I have a 5 year old disabled Son, he is currently using fixies size 6 nappies but they are too small and he has tried molicare premium soft extra xs and these seem big and are leaking too would you recommend the Libero size 7 nappies for him. Thank you for your time.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Karen I think either the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 or the Libero Size 7 would be a good fit. If you would like us to send samples please let me know. Thanks for commenting! Will

Karen:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Will thanks for replying, could you please send me some samples of the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 and the Libero Size 7, much appreciated, Karen

Sharon Croft:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, I have a daughter who is nearly 3 years old with no interest in potty training yet. She is just about in a 6+ nappy, although very tight. She is very big for her age being right over the 95th centile.... she is in 5-6 year old clothes. Have you any samples I could try please? Kind regards Sharon

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Sharon Thank you for commenting! I think that either the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 or the Hartmann MoliCare Soft all-in-one Extra Small would both be a good for you. We would be more than happy to send samples, we have sent you an email (please check your junk). Thanks Will

Kelly Pickering:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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hi there I've just come across ur site and read the comments. I too have a child with learning difficulties (williams syndrome) and is growing out of 6+ nappies. Although potty training is well under way (she is now 4) the night times are a long way off! If there is anyway we could try your nappies I would be so relieved for another option. Thank u! X

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Kelly Thank you for commenting! We have several options that might be suitable for you, in order of size these are: Bambo Nature Size 6 (fits up to 30kg) Libero Size 7 Abena Abri Form Junior XS 2 Hartmann MoliCare Extra Size Extra Small I have sent you an email requesting further info (please check your junk). Kind Regards Will

Afsir:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, what would you recommend for a 5 year old girl who has walking difficulties and is currently using 6+ nappies and pull up and are becoming a bit tight and tearing. Would size 7 be ok and could you send me some samples of the nappies and pull up you offer. Thanks.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Afsir If size 6+ is already too tight then I think Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 or MoliCare Soft XS would be the best fit. We will send some samples, we have sent you an email to request more information. Thanks for commenting! Will

Miss apps:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my son currently in size 6+ needs a bigger size and something more absorbent

Aga:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hello Miss Apps Thank you for commenting! Sorry for delay in replying. I think you could try: Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 Hartmann MoliCare Soft all-in-one Extra Small Strampelpeter Booster / Insert Pad We would be more than happy to send samples, we have sent you an email (please check your junk). Thanks Aga

paul:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, my daughter is 6 and just hasn't got the feeling of needjn to pee at night yet. She is in 7-8 clothes size, the pampers 6+ are held on by a thread most nights. I'd appreciate some samples. thanks in advance Paul

Agnieszka Maryniec:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Paul If size 6+ is not good enough I think Abena Abri Form Junior XS2, MoliCare Soft XS or MoliCare Super Plus S would be the best fit. We will send some samples, we have sent you an email to request more information(please check your junk). Thanks for commenting! Aga

clara:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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My daughter us coming up to 7 years old and keeps getting water infections and is under a team of health people.ican not get her any pull ups that fit her ia thete any help thati can get .

Ross:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Clara, Thank you for getting in touch. For your daughter we would recommend the Abena?? Abri-Form Junior XS 2 or If that is too small we recommend MoliCare?? Soft Super Plus Size small. Regarding Pull Ups, we would suggest the MoliCare?? Mobile Pull Ups XS. I have sent you an email as I would like to send you some samples. (Please check your junk). Regards, Ross

Angela bart:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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we are having major issues finding a nappy that will fit our daughter with enough absorbency we currently use tena xs and they just don't work can anyone help

Aga:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Angela Thank you for commenting! We have several options that might be suitable for you, in order of absorbency these are: Abena Abri Form Junior XS 2 Hartmann MoliCare Extra Size XS Hartman MoliCare Super Size S I have sent you an email requesting further info (please check your junk). Kind Regards Aga

Samantha:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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I have an 8 year old autistic son. He is completely dry so absorbancy isn't something I need but he soils himself several times a day, is there a product you could recommend because it is ruining all of his underwear and trousers and quite frankly both myself and my washing machine can no longer cope with the constant struggle of removing faeces from clothes.

Agnieszka Maryniec:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Samantha I have sent you an email. I am very sorry to hear that. For your son's bowel incontinence problem I would recommended nappies as they tend to offer better protection than pull-ups. I would recommend to try the following: Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 MoliCare Soft Extra Size XS MoliCare Comfort Plus Small (I am recommending this one as they are very thin) Hope this helps! Aga

Holly Evans:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi please could you send me some samples of the following nappies? Bambo Nature Size 6 Libero Size 7 Abena Abri Form Junior XS 2 Hartmann MoliCare Extra Size Extra Small Thankyou.

Agnieszka Maryniec:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Holly Thank you for commenting! We would be more than happy to provide a sample. We have sent you an email (please check your junk). Thanks! Aga

Manisha:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi there, relived to have found you. I have a 25 month old very active and sleeps all through the night little girl. She is very tall and her nappies are beginning to bruise her skin due to the friction or all night wear. She is currently wearing Pampers size 6+ as the size 5 is too tight around her waist. The size 6+, although a good fit waist wise and length wise, is causing these marks. I have started more frequent nappy changes but slight imprints of the nappy are formed on her skin around waist and bruising on the thighs arums buttocks. I can only deduce that the friction/ nappy is too uncomfortable against her skin. I'm not sure if a bigger size would help. What do you think? I would be eager to try your sample brands as an alternative. Many thanks

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Manisha Your case is an interesting one, I'm not sure I've seen this before. It does sound perhaps like the nappies are a little bit tight, so one of our bigger nappies would probably be a very good idea. I would suggest the Libero size 7 would be good in your case, or maybe the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 although it might be a little bit big. We would be more than happy to send some samples, we have sent you an email. Please reply to the email and we will get you sorted out. Thanks for commenting Will

Maureen:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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my grandson has just turned 14 months old and is barely fitting into pampers 6+ nappies, they are very tight, he is 98th percentile for both height(2ft 7") and weight (2st 4lb) and obviously is too young to potty train yet. Would you be able to send some samples of larger size nappies for us to try on the poor mite please?

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Maureen Apologies for the delay in getting back to you. Of course! We would be more than happy to help you out. We have sent you an email, please reply with your full name and address so we can send out the samples. We would like to send Libero Size 7 and Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 Thanks for commenting! Will

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Maureen Apologies for the delay in getting back to you. Of course! We would be more than happy to help you out. We have sent you an email, please reply with your full name and address so we can send out the samples. We would like to send Libero Size 7 and Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 Thanks for commenting! Will

J Jackson:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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I've just come accross your website as I'm keen to find a bigger nappy for my 20 month old baby - he's way over 99th percentile for his age and is in size 4-5 clothes! (his daddy is very tall!) were on the last size the suparmarket can offer 6+ and need a bigger one - I wondered if the Libero size 7 would be ok - what would you recommend and could I try a sample (please)? Thanks

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Jo Thank you for commenting. I think Size 7 might be a bit tight, I would probably recommend the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2. We can send you a sample of either of those to try out if you like? We have sent you an email. Thanks for commenting! Will

Jayne Tindall:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi please could you send me some samples of the nappies/pull-up My foster child is 9yrs, but is more the size of a 10/11yrs boy. So not sure whet size he would need. At the moment he is wear Huggies Night-time pull-ups during the day and night time, and they are a bit small for him and leak at night.

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Jayne I think a small size adult nappy might be the most appropriate for your foster child. If he's quite slim then the extra small products might fit, but I think it's probably better to go with the size small. For the day time I would recommend choosing something with a light absorbency such as MoliCare Soft Plus or Extra size small. Lighter absorbency nappies tend to be thinner so more discreet under clothing. For the night time I would recommend our MoliCare Super Plus Small - This is a small sized adult nappy and is highly absorbent. This makes it quite thick but for most people that's less of a problem over night. We can send samples of these if you like. We have sent you an email. Thank you for commenting and I hope you find something suitable! Will

Mel:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my son currently wears a pampers 6plus which I put on the correct way and then I put a sainsburys 6plus on top but on backwards but he now keeps wetting through both of them abs is waking up soaking wet, please could you send me some samples to try. Thank you

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Mel Where capacity of a 6+ nappy is a problem I think our Abena Abri Form Junior will be a good choice. It's bigger than a Pampers 6+ nappy and has two tapes on each side instead of one, but the absorbency is so much better than a standard baby nappy that I really think it would be worth you trying out. We have sent you an email, please reply so that we can get some samples sent out for you. Thanks for commenting! Will

Stephanie :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my sons 2 1/2 and size 6+ nappies are fitting and in 5-6 cloths could any chance get a sample of size 7 and 8 to see what fits better for him please

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Stephanie Of course! We would be delighted. Please reply to the email we sent so we can send out some size 7 and size 8 nappies (or the equivalents anyway). Thanks for commenting! Will

kelly:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi My daughter is 5 and in clothes for 7-8 years currently. She has hypermobility and this also causes bladder issues. She wets the bed approximately 3 times a night, every night. Pampers size 6+ are always soaked through and leaking every morning. Please can you suggest an appropriate nappy for holding a lot of volume? I would really appreciate a sample. Thanks Kelly

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Kelly The highest volume products would be adult size small but they are probably way to big for your daughter. The best thing I can recommend is to try our Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 (which are already very absorbent) with a couple of Strampelpeter Booster Pads. Try searching our site for Strampelpeter to learn more about them. They are basically like a rectangular pad that has no waterproof backing, so the urine can soak right through. Because they don't have any waterproof backing you can pop them inside nappies or pull-up pants to increase the absorbency! Another option might be to use a Kylie?? Bed Pad (click on Bed Protection in the main menu). These are washable absorbent pads that are designed to draw urine away from your daughter's skin, so even if there is a bit of a nappy leak she can still enjoy a clean, fresh, dry night. We have sent you an email, please reply to it if you would like us to send out some samples. Thank you for your comment. Will

astrid:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi my daughter turns 3 in august, size 6+ nappys are too tight , pull ups are no good for her , could you please send me a few samples of the above please Thankyou

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Astrid In your case you might be able to get away with Libero Size 7, but the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 or Hartmann MoliCare Soft all in one Extra Size Extra Small will probably be a bit more comfortable and hold more. I would be more than happy to get some samples out to you, I've sent an email, please send us your full name and address so that we can send the samples. Thanks for commenting! Will

Eloise Moppett:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, i have found your article very interesting, my 6yr old has an overactive bladder and is leaking through size 6 pull ups at night so i need something more absorbant and wondered if it was better to go for size 7 pull ups or size xs adult nappies, i have also seen tena do xxs adult nappies but i dont know which is better absorbancy wise. Hes skinny aswell and only in age 4 trousers

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Eloise We have tried the TENA Junior product, we found the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 was far more absorbent and the cover is a bit softer. I would highly recommend you try these out as they are also much more absorbent than pull-ups. In testing our Hartmann MoliCare Mobile XS pull-ups outperformed the larger size pull-ups (Drynites 8-15 years) so that's another option although they are a bit bigger than the ABena Abri Form nappies so might be a bit too big. I hope this helps! Will

Hannah :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Just wondering if you can help me and possibly send me some samples? My son is almost 6 and has Autism. He has no control over his bowels and will often just go when he needs to go meaning he often goes in his pants. He is mostly dry during the day but at night he is still wet and at the moment we use Asda Little Angels 6+ but they are getting quite tight on his skin and sometimes he wakes soaking. (Nappy crystalises and wee seeps through) Do you recommend any as I had a look but have no idea. Is it possible you could send some samples? Thank you so much in advance.

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Hannah Yes of course we can. I would recommend Libero Size 7 or Abena Abri Form Junior XS2. The Abena is bigger than the Size 7 and much more absorbent, it's probably your best option. If you can give us a call or email with your full name and address we can send out some samples for you. Thanks for commenting! Will

Jen:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, I'm currently waiting for the continence team to get back to me with regards my son who has ASD. I'm just wondering which size/brand would be most suitable in the meantime. Thank you

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Jen It's hard to know without more information but if he's too small for standard baby nappies then I think Libero Size 7 or Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 would be a great choice. We have had so many parents switch to Abena Abri Form Junior from Libero Size 7 now that I'm very confident recommending you to get a pack. Please select from Kids Products at the top right of the page and click Abena Abri Form Junior XS2. If you have any more questions please email or call us on 01636 30 20 50 Thanks for commenting! Will

Phoebe:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi,I was looking for a larger size nappy for my daughter who is 38 months when I came across your website. Pampers larger size is too small for her and the Asda ones leak. She drinks a lot so has about 3-4 nappy changes before morning otherwise she will wet the bed if I miss changing her. Can you please recommend the best nappies and send samples please so I can make a decision on which one will better suit her. Thanks in advance.

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Phoebe I would recommend trying out either Libero Size 7 or Abena Abri Form Junior XS2. You will find the Abena product is quite a bit bigger than anything you have seen but it has worked for other parents, so might be a good choice. I have sent you an email, please reply to it and we can get some samples sent out for you. Thanks for commenting! Will

Helen:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, I am looking for swim nappies in a size 7, either disposable or washable. I can't find anything any bigger than a 6 or 6+. Are you able to point me in the right direction please? Thanks!

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Helen Unfortunately we don't do swim nappies but I think you will find what you need at http://www.incywincy.net Good luck! Will

Nerys slinger:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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My daughter is 2 & 3/4. She us potty trained but still wears a nappy at night just in case. She is due to have a hip operation soon and will be in a "frog" cast for 3 months that CANNOT get wet. I'm worried that normal large nappies won't fit over the cast. Could you possibly send me a few samples so that I can compare them to the ones she currently uses??

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Nerys I'm so sorry that it has taken so long to get to your comment, please accept my apologies. We would be more than happy to send some samples to test. We have sent you an email. Thank you for your comment Will

Suzanne Thompson :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi there, my daughter has cerebral palsy and is still using nappies as she doesn't walk yet, we are using little angels size 6 at the moment but they are getting very small and she drinks a lot so would need something more absorbant, could you recommend a good nappie to use and if possible could I have a sample please.

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Suzanne If she is in size 6 nappies at the moment then our Libero Size 7 might be the next best option. If that's also too small then our Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 nappy is the next biggest. We have sent an email requesting more information, please reply and we can get your samples out to you. Best of luck and thanks for commenting. Will

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Suzanne If she is in size 6 nappies at the moment then our Libero Size 7 might be the next best option. If that's also too small then our Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 nappy is the next biggest. We have sent an email requesting more information, please reply and we can get your samples out to you. Best of luck and thanks for commenting. Will

Katie hartshorn:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi. Do you do a size 7 swim nappy?

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Katie Thanks for commenting I'm really sorry, we don't do swim nappies at the moment. Try the guys over at http://www.incywincy.net , they are swim nappy specialists! I hope they can help you! Will

Sabah :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi I've read the comments and read the information above and was hoping if you could help me in advise what the next best nappies I should get for my daughter. She's 30 months old but is big for her age. I've used pampers 6+ asda 6+ and even libero size 7 but it gets to tight on her waist and leg joints. When I take the nappies off she's gets nasty red marks on her leg joints; where I close the nappy sticksy bit :( . Even if I stick it a tiny bit it still leaves marks on her skin. If you could please recommend me the next best thing and send me some samples so i can compare and see what's best for her. I would really appreciate your help. Thank you in advance :)

Ross Corbett:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Sabah, Thank you very much indeed for your comment. I would highly recommend trying the Abena?? Abri-Form Junior XS 2 and I will be delighted to send you a sample. My colleague Dagmara has sent you an email, If you can reply to the email with your address details I will get a sample out to you which I hope will be much more comfortable for your daughter. Thank you again for the comment Sabah, if you have any more questions please come back to me as I'm very happy to assist you. Ross

Emma Cherry:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi I'm just having to start to use th size 7 pull ups for my asd three year old but after reading the comments above I was wondering if I could have samples of the xs2 please to see which is better. He's still on a bottle so is a very heavy wetter as he has two in the night! Thank you very much.

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Emma Thanks for commenting. We would be more than happy to send samples. We have sent you an email, please reply to that with your full name and address so that we can send them out for you. Thanks! Will

stacy:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hello My son has autism and is 9 years old, Size 7 nappies but these are too small for him. Would it be possible to have a sample of nappies please?

Agnieszka Maryniec:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Stacy We have sent you an email. I would recommend the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2, the MoliCare Soft Size XS, or MoliCare Slip Maxi Size S. Thanks for commenting! Aga

Hazel Whiteley:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Help please. My 5 and half year old daughter has sensory issues and a medical condition called HMG-COA synthase deficiency which causes constipation and diarrhea(so she is unable to potty train). She is currently using Libero Comfort size 7 but they are too small. Our health nurse sent us TENA Slip Junior (50-60cm) but it is too big. She is starting school soon and we just don't know what to use for her. I would be so grateful if you could send me a sample of the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2. Thanks & regards, Hazel.

Agnieszka Maryniec:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Hazel Thank you for commenting. We would be more than happy to send samples. We have sent you an email, please reply to that with your full name and address so that we can send them out for you. Aga

Nat:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi there my son is 3 and we are finding size 6 pampers too snug around the waist, how big are your nappies /pull ups in the next size up?

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Nat I think we may have already replied to you by email, but for the benefit of other people reading our blog we recommended the following two products: Libero Size 7 Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 (bigger than size 7) You can find both of these products by clicking Kids Products from the menu at the top of the page. Thanks for Commenting! Will

Julie:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi, My daughter is nearly 7yrs. She is on Libero size 7. It's to small for her. Could you please send me a sample for Abena Abri Form Junior XS2. Regards Julie

Ross Corbett:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Julie, Thank you very much for your comment. I will be very happy to send you out a sample as requested. I will send you an email shortly, please reply to it with your address details and I will pop the sample in the post first thing. Thank you again for your comment, if there is anything else we can help you with Julie please don't hesitate to get in touch. Ross

Elle:
29/07/2016, 01:29:07 AM
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I'm looking for help just got custody of my 7 year old niece she has gone back to not using the toilet anymore and I can't find anything to dit can I get help please

Will:
29/07/2016, 12:33:02 PM
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Hi ElleI think that either Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 or MoliCare Maxi Slip Small would both be great choices.We have sent you an email!Thanks for commentingWill

Erica:
15/08/2016, 04:16:22 PM
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Hi there,Would it be possible to obtain a variety of samples of the listed products?Many thanks in advance

Agnieszka Maryniec:
18/08/2016, 01:12:29 PM

Hi Erica, Thanks for your comment.We would be more than happy to send samples as requested. We have sent you an email, please reply to that with your full name and address so that we can send them out for you. If there is anything else we can help you with Erica please don't hesitate to get in touch. Thank you again for your comment Aga

Shad:
19/09/2016, 11:56:48 PM
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Hi ThereWould it be possible to get samples of the listed products.Many thanks

Will:
03/11/2016, 02:07:13 PM

Hi ShadYes, of course. That won't be a problem at all.If you would like samples please email sales@everynappy.co.uk with what you require or some information about the problem you are trying to deal with as well as your full name and address and we will send out the most suitable samples for your situation.Thanks for commenting!

Reshad:
20/09/2016, 04:47:54 PM
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Hi thereI need some sample of the products listed above in the post.Thanks

Will:
03/11/2016, 02:08:13 PM

Hi ReshadNo problem, just send an email to sales@everynappy.co.uk with your full name and address with the products you are interesting in or the problem you are trying to solve and we will send some suitable samples for you to try.Thank you for your comment!

katie:
25/09/2016, 09:10:16 AM
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Hello I've just come across your site and read as much as I could,am getting pretty desperate in trying to find a nappy that fits my 4yr old of a night shes dry in the day but drinks a great deal of s night for comfort could you please send me a few samples of the larger nappies so I Can try them and if any good make a order thankyou so much

Will:
03/11/2016, 02:09:36 PM

Hi KatieThat's no problem at all. From the sounds of things the most suitable product will be the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 https://www.everynappy.co.uk/childrens-incontinence-products/abena-abri-form-junior-xs-2Let me know if you need a sample or more information.Thanks for commenting!Will

Jill Hope:
02/11/2016, 08:26:29 PM
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This site is amazing! Very pleased to have found you. My daughter is 6 and has developmental delay and hypermobility. She is pretty much toilet trained by day but currently wearing pull ups at night. We had been using supermarket own ones but after several consecutive nights of bed wetting and not being able to keep up with the washing I tried DryNites (4-7 years/17-30kg). Alas - they are no good either. I think she must need something bigger. She is tall for her age but narrow waisted. I hadn't realised that nappies may be more absorbent than pull ups? I don't mind going back to nappies for night time if it gets her through the night without waking up . What would you recommend? Seeing a GP next week but given the likely waiting time for further support I wanted to see if I could sort something in the meantime. Thanks.

Will:
03/11/2016, 02:11:57 PM

Hi JillThank you for your kind words!Based on what you have tried already and the size of your daughter I would recommend one of two products:MoliCare Slip Maxi Small nappies if she is a particularly heavy bed wetter or Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 nappies - This is likely to be a better fit and is more than adequate in absorbency for most children.Let us know if you would like to try a sample.Thanks for commenting!Will

Heather:
15/01/2017, 08:17:47 AM, Everynappy.co.uk
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Hi my son is almost 4 years old and he's grown out of 6+ he's in them day and night I was wondering if you can send me a few samples please

Will Samuels:
16/01/2017, 09:54:39 AM

Hi Heather, thanks for commenting! In your case you may be able to use Libero Size 7, but I think the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 would also work very well for you.We have sent you an email with more information.Will

Lorraine Tombling:
30/01/2017, 11:00:28 AM
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I need pads as i have a weak bladder

Will:
30/01/2017, 11:47:05 AM

Hi LorraineYou have come to the right place! Please give us a call to discuss your needs or feel free to browse our website.Thanks for commenting!

Kerry terry:
11/06/2017, 02:23:32 PM
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Hi I have a 2 year old that is out growing 6+ nappies I'm not sure what to chose as his skin can be a bit funny could you send me some samples so I can chose what's best for him please

Will:
18/07/2017, 09:37:38 AM

Hi Kerry, thanks for commenting. We would recommend the Abena Abri Form Junior XS2 as that's higher in absorbency and is the next largest product you can get. I think Size 7 is already too small for you. We will send you an email. Thanks for reading! Will

Mark Taylor:
17/07/2017, 10:03:17 PM
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Hi, I'm a Scout Leader. We have an 11 year old lad who is coming on our summer camp for 6 nights. We're working with his mum on it to make sure we're ready and have a fuss free experience for him. Do you have anything for lining a sleeping bag or any ideas like that? Mark

Will:
18/07/2017, 09:40:22 AM

Hi Mark - We had some sleeping bag liners but found they were less discreet than we had hoped. A more discreet option might be to hide some nappies / pull-ups at the bottom of the sleeping bag to let him get changed privately. We have a whole blog post all about how to discreetly manage bedwetting at sleepovers and school trips that is full of ideas, tips and tricks - please copy and paste this link into your browser: https://www.everynappy.co.uk/blog/guide-to-discreet-bedwetting-products-at-sleepovers . Thanks for commenting - we have sent you an email with further information. Will

Joan McMullen:
30/07/2017, 08:08:22 PM
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Hello I'm struggling to find a product right for my older son with special need any help please thank you.. do you have samples I could try

Sarah Seddon:
31/08/2017, 04:07:31 PM
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Hello. I have a 5 year old boy whose currently in asda size 6+ nappies .. was wondering if I could have a few samples of next size up for him please. Thank you

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