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it says on there that if they dont wet them they can be used for several nights, yuk thats like wearing underpants for a week lol, they look good for non names though better than plain ones
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I wouldn't leave him in them even if they were dry think of all the sweat etc. Eww lol. They are really absorbant and nice though and they worked for my son before we got the incontinence ones although I might go back to them because the ones they have sent him are not absorbing properly and leak like mad. I fought for two years to get them from the incontinence service and they are rubbish!! Sods law or what lol.
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Remind me what council you come under?
Im happy to try and put a call in and see what they say?
Maybe try and see if we can get the appointment made?
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we have been giving some washable nappy pants and they are goood
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I couldn't use washable ones it makes me urge enough changing him.

We now come under chichester but before we were living in Westminster they are BEYOND rubbish and the WON'T refer him so I am having battles about that at the moment. Constant battles is what I live with!!
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