AbstractThe disposable breast pad of this invention is generally circular and there is formed therein a predetermined angle of score lines providing fold assists. The barrier sheet of thin, pliable plastic material is an impervious barrier to the passage therethrough of excess fluid from the breast. The disposable pad is folded at radial edge portions to provide a manipulated overlay and form a conically-shaped cup. The outer surface of the barrier sheet has an applied adhesive which not only retains the overlap edge portions, but also when exposed provides a non-toxic contact-adhesive providing retention of the pad in the brassiere cup until the pad is to be removed and discarded. The barrier sheet is not cut radially; therefore, unwanted leakage therethrough cannot occur. Folding of a portion of the pad produces three or five thicknesses at the overlap.