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    nearly every town will have a few pharmacies, just try them, you can also try Tesco-lotus or Big C supermarkets. Here in Phitsanulok where I'm living the pharmacies stock everything I used to buy in Australia, some brands same as in Australia over 4 years ago

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    You can find everything you need in 7/11 markets. They are everywhere, you can't miss them. over 4 years ago

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    7/11 just about every corner!!! over 4 years ago

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    How would you know what to ask for etc if you don't speak Thai? over 4 years ago

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    Everything is just out on the shelf here, so you can see what there is and just choose. There seems to be many brands and types of menstrual pads (only a little in the tampon department, btw). I will look re incontinence products (I'm in Chiang Mai now). Your best bet is a supermarket (7-11s have only a limited supply). But there are also pharmacies where you can ask for harder to find things and the pharmacists speak English. You could also print out a Thai translation of what you want and carry it with you. over 4 years ago

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    I've checked and the Tops supermarket carries them. About 400 Baht for 24-28 of a brand called Ancare (I can't tell on the package if the 24 or 28 is the size or the count). over 4 years ago

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    I'm the OP, reporting back after my month-long trip through Thailand. I was somewhat off the beaten path and checked 7-11s, other minimarts, pharmacies and Tesco-Lotus for these products everywhere I went -- almost always with no luck. There's a huge selection of menstrual products but almost no place carries incontinence pads. I don't speak Thai but tried to decipher the packages, and finally resorted to bringing in an empty package to show the type of thing I was looking for. Serious problem for the incontinent! Here's where I went: Nakhon Chai Si (yes), Sangklaburi (no), Prachuap Khiri Khan (no), Pak Song (no), Khao Sok (no), Krabi (sort of), Ko Jum (no), Nai Yang Beach on Phuket (no). about 4 years ago

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