Blogs about bedwetting

The bedwetting alarm is a scientifically proven method

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Sensor underwear

The sensor underwear are a very important part of the bedwetting alarm method. Your child puts on the Dryly® sensor underwear at night and then

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Stop bedwetting

Stopping bedwetting sounds easy, but is often more difficult than you think. Learning to stop bedwetting often starts at an early age. If your child

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Important blogs

Below is an overview of blogs that we think are extra important to read.

My child is still wetting the bed, now what do I do!?
This blog gives you general information on what ‘bedwetting’ means and what the most common causes are. It is also good to understand at what age it is considered to be a problem. Bedwetting is a diagnosed disease that requires a doctor to diagnose it.

A bedwetting journal, how does that work?
As mentioned before, a bedwetting journal is the first step towards a diagnosis. A bedwetting journal shows if there are abnormal urinary and drinking patterns.

What is the bedwetting alarm and how does it work?
Once a physical condition has been ruled out, your child will probably be able to start using a bedwetting alarm. We have written an extensive blog about this to give you a better idea of how it works.