Diapers

Amazon.com

www.amazon.com

Many brands of preemie-sized diapers, disposable and cloth.

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Diapers.com

Diapers.com

Diapers.com® offers both Pampers Preemie Swaddlers and Huggies, and other related items like diaper cream and wipes.

Pampers Preemie Distribution Center

phone: 800-543-4932

You can purchase a case containing 240 Preemie Swaddlers (good for babies 0-6 pounds) for $60, or a package of 32 Micro Swaddlers (good for babies 1-5 pounds) for $23. UPS Ground shipping is included in the price; overnight and 2nd-day air shipping is available at an additional cost. Business hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00AM - 4:30 PM, Eastern Time.

The Pampers Web site offers some helpful FAQs about preemies and prematurity.

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Our mission is to help families of infants born prematurely in Fairfield County, Connecticut.


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