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Janice asked:
Which brand of diapers is good for wearing at night? My girl sleeps through so I need one that is very absorbent.

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oink17 answered:
I'm using both Merries and Mamy Poko. Both are super absorbent and can last throughout the night. You can always ask for a trial piece from the companies.

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Winnie Yap answered:
For me, I tried huggies & drypers. So far, drypers work well for both my kids. The cutting fits and can last through the night with low leakage rates. Most of all, it's cheap at less than 20cents per piece. During sales period, only 12cents per piece.

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Aayummii answered:
Mamy Poko in the night as it can really hold a lot of urine. But it's v costly. Day time I'll let my son wear pet pet.

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lit2603@hotmail.com answered:
I am using Merries and Pampers Active baby diapers for the nights(size medium for both brands) and they work pretty well for my girl.

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joeyche6 answered:
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Sonia answered:
My boy using pull up only. Day time drypantz. Nite time Mamy Poko,

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Jovial answered:
I'm using mamypoko for my girl too. In the day, I will let her wear pet pet and night is mamypoko. I had tried pet pet on her at night before but it had leaked out. It can't contain as much urine as manypoko. :) for Pampers brand, I feel that the Pampers will get Heavy easily. So Overall, my preferred choice is mamypoko. :)

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Corin answered:
U can also consider GOON diaper. Request the free sample from www.diaper.com.sg. Big cutting and absorbent too.

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Pauline answered:
I also think it's individual. Huggies always mention 'Proven prevent diaper rash' but my baby get diaper rash when using it/ eldest daughter no issue though. I use Pampers and Dryers no such issue. In fact I am a Dryers customers for many years, really see a lot of improvement over the years. Try to get trial from different companies and make a comparison yourself.

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Florencia answered:
Both my sons have used Pampers (the original, not the Vietnam one), Mamipoko, Goon, Huggies - both red and green, and Pet Pet. All can last through the night. However, lately, due to the financial reason we've been using PetPet, which we find to have similar texture with Huggies, but at a much more reasonable price. =)

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Rinoalyn answered:
I'm currently using Merries and Pampers Active, and both are absorbent and able to last for around 12 hours. Personally I would prefer Merries and it feels softer, and seems more comfortable for my baby. It's on the pricey side, but the quality is well worth the money spent!

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