Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Dryly® values customer satisfaction, which is why we are always open to feedback to further optimize our service and the Dryly® bedwetting alarm. By staying in close contact with our customers, we continuously try to innovate our solutions against bedwetting. Through your feedback and the data provided by the app, we gather more and more insights that will enable us to further develop our product and provide answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ) on this page.

Do you have a question about our products or do you encounter problems while using our products? See if you can find the answer within our FAQ or contact one of our specialists.

FAQ About bedwetting

When diagnosing bedwetting, a distinction is made between ‘primary bedwetting’ and ‘secondary bedwetting’. If the child has never been ‘dry’ at night since he or she was a baby, we refer to it as primary bedwetting. If the child starts wetting the bed after having had dry nights for a few months, we speak of secondary bedwetting.

Primary bedwetting
The most common reason that a child continues to wet the bed after the age of five is that the brain does not yet properly recognise the stimuli brought on by a full bladder. The bladder sends more signals to the brain as it becomes fuller. If the bladder is at its maximum capacity, it will empty itself to prevent damage to the muscles and nerves.

In a few percent of cases, bedwetting has a medical cause or occurs because a child uses certain medication.

Secondary bedwetting
Secondary bedwetting can be caused by urinary tract infections, diabetes or general illness. Stressful life events, like the death of a loved one or the first day of school can bring about bedwetting as well.

You can find a number of interesting articles about primary and secondary bed wetting!

There are multiple solutions to bedwetting. There are several factors to determine which method suits your child best.

Bedwetting alarm method
This method is most often recommended by family doctors and specialists due to the long-lasting effect. Usually you will not get rid of bedwetting on the first day, it’s a training method that is supposed to achieve a certain result. We also have more FAQ worthy insights of this topic on that page.

The advantage of medication is that it is effective immediately. The kidneys stop producing urine. This is useful if your child will be spending the weekend away, on a school trip for example. However, medication doesn’t take address the root cause cause of the problem. If the child stops taking it, chances are that he or she will start wetting the bed again.

Around 11 percent of bedwetting children are spontaneously cured annually. The child suddenly ‘gets it’ and picks up the signals of a full bladder. We strongly advise against this method because over time, the self-image of a child can be seriously affected. Bedwetting children go for sleepovers less often and feel very limited as a result.

More than 95 percent of all children who suffer from primary bedwetting can be helped by the Dryly® Bedwetting method.

We recommend that children who have a medical problem or experienced a recent traumatic event first see their family doctor.

We notice that it usually takes a very long time to be referred to a specialist through the GP. Because the bedwetting alarm method has no side-effects, we advise you to give it a try. Chances are that it will help your child immensely!

We know how annoying bedwetting can be for both the child and the parents. That is why we have developed a unique method based on the scientifically proven bed-wetting method.

Wizzu the Panda Bear takes your child on an adventure with games, a smile and a high hug!

As a parent you often only find out in the morning that your child had an accident. Many children are embarrassed and don’t tell you, so you only find out in the evening!

Through our handy mobile application you will immediately receive a signal on your phone if an accident occurs. You can also share this information with your doctor so that they immediately have a good insight into the bedwetting behavior of your child. That could save you a few visits!

Here you can read more about Dryly and you can find more FAQ worthy insights of this topic on that page. 

Occasionally a child will start peeing in bed again after you have stopped using the bedwetting alarm method. This can happen if you stopped too early, or if your child experiences a period of stress, for example. It can also be due to wrong bedtime routines. Read all about our ‘tips and tricks’ regarding routines here! We also have more FAQ worthy insights of this topic on that page.

We have seen that it is relatively easier to get bladder control back on track if you have already succeeded before.

FAQ about reimbursement by health insurance

The Dryly® bedwetting alarm is not included in the basic insurance but is covered by many health insurance companies in additional plans. Reimbursement per health insurance can vary considerably. The average reimbursement is around €100, but often the full amount of the bedwetting alarm is reimbursed!

Would you like to know exactly what your health insurance reimburses? We also have more FAQ worthy insights of this topic on the page. We are happy to help you apply for a reimbursementif you need any help!

Dryly® has agreements with almost all health insurance companies in the Netherlands and Belgium. This way we increase the chance that your health insurer will take on some of the costs. We also have more FAQ worthy insights of this topic on the health insurance page.

Health insurers often have the restriction that one bedwetting alarm is reimbursed per policy. So pay attention if you have more than one child!

We have prepared a handy overview where you can see if your health insurance company will reimburse you for the Dryly® bedwetting alarm! We also have more FAQ worthy insights of this topic on the page.

Each health insurer has its own policy to claim the costs of the bedwetting alarm. We have created a page where you can indicate who your health insurer is. We will help you fill in the right forms!

That depends on your health insurer! A referral is often needed. Check here if your health insurer requires one.

That’s a shame. We do our best to keep the costs of the Dryly® Bedwetting alarm as low as possible. We often see that it’s more than worth it for parents to sleep through the night for once.

Feel free to take a look around our webshop. For as little as €179,- you can use it with your child!

FAQ about how the Dryly® bedwetting alarm works

When it is time to go to bed, the child puts on the Dryly® underwear with the Dryly® Transmitter attached. In case of a night-time accident, the transmitter sends a signal to Wizzu the Panda Bear.

Wizzu is an unbelievably soft cuddly toy full of smart technology! At the first hint of wetness, Wizzu makes a noise that immediately wakes the child up. This teaches the child to recognise the feeling of a full bladder.

In addition to making a sound, Wizzu uses the Wi-Fi network to immediately send a message to the mobile application installed on the parents’ phone. The parents can then send the child to the bathroom to finish peeing and if necessary have the child put on a new pair of briefs. Parental support is crucial in making the bedwetting alarm method succeed.

Our friendly soft toy and underwear with fun designs really motivate the child to fight bedwetting. The parents are immediately alerted in case of a night-time accident and can offer their support.

You order the Dryly® Starter Kit, we’ll make sure it’s a party! With this pack you and your child are ready to start approaching bedwetting in a positive way. We also have more FAQ worthy insights of this topic on the page.

The package includes one very friendly pandabar, Wizzu. He is the playmate of all children and is full of innovative gadgets. In addition, you will receive two or four pairs of briefs depending on the chosen pack. The brief contain sensor wires that detect moisture. We have briefs with cool colours and briefs for situations where more discretion is wanted. The underwear can be fitted with the Dryly® Transmitter, which sends a signal to Wizzu in the event of an accident. Wizzu wakes up your child with sound and immediately sends an alarm via the Wi-Fi network to the parents’ mobile application.

The Dryly Starter package contains:

Sure! If your child goes for a sleepover, Wizzu can just come along. In that situation, Wizzu does not send a message to the app, but does wake your child up to pee!

Once Wizzu is connected to his trusted network once again, he immediately updates your calendar with the dry and wet nights that he has experienced while offline.

Yes, the briefs can be ordered here. Each pack contains 2 briefs. The briefs don’t have to be connected to the Dryly® bedwetting alarm. It is convenient to have a few more briefs handy so that you don’t have to do any extra rounds of laundry.

Wizzu can certainly be ordered separately. He does like to be ‘paired’ (connected) with the Dryly® Clip, so that the Dryly® Clip knows where to send signals when it the briefs are getting wet.

We have created a handy troubleshoot page here. If you can’t figure it out yourself, you can always call us. We aim to provide a high level of service!

The results vary greatly from child to child. We see that most children get the most results between 3 and 8 weeks. If there is still no result after 3 months, we advise you to contact your family doctor.

Call us! We may have useful advice that you have not yet thought of!

You can charge the receiver using the Dryly® USB charger. The charger is included in the bedwetting alarm packages. The transmitter is equipped with a button cell battery and lasts at least 6 months.

Yes, of course! With the Dryly® bedwetting alarm you can have a carefree sleepover. Wondering what steps you need to take to activate the bedwetting alarm at your friends house? Check it out here!

FAQ about operating the Dryly® app

In the app we have made it possible to change the password of your Dryly® app account. Check it out over here. We also have more FAQ worthy insights of this topic on the page.

It is possible to (temporarily) give another parent, guardian or babysitter access to the Dryly® app. The new user will have insight into the dashboard and will receive the alarm on the Dryly® app if an accident occurs. You can read about adding a user to the app here. We also have more FAQ worthy insights of this topic on the page.

Sometimes you may wish to remove the receiver from the Dryly® app. Here we show you how to do this easily. We also have more FAQ worthy insights of this topic on the page.

It may occur that you accidentally typed your name incorrectly when registering. This can easily be changed in the app, see the instructions here. We also have more FAQ worthy insights of this topic on the page.

You may have accidentally typed your child’s name incorrectly when registering. This can easily be changed in the app, you can see how to change this here. We also have more FAQ worthy insights of this topic on the page.

In some cases you may want to remove your child from the Dryly® app. With just a few clicks on the screen, you can easily remove a child. We also have more FAQ worthy insights of this topic on the page.

In the Dryly app, you have the option of not receiving an alarm if your child has had an accident. If you check “All app alarms silent“, the alarm will no longer sound on the device you’re logged in with. We also have more FAQ worthy insights of this topic on the page.

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Are there any other questions that are not currently included in our FAQs? Then please contact us. We are constantly upgrading our FAQ with relevant information and new developments we get through our customers and our own researches surrounding bedwetting.