When All Else Fails, Try a Bladder Conditioning Device
Bedwetting is, of course, no fun. It can be a frustrating period of development for both parent and child, but don’t lose hope! There are many ways to work with your child to achieve dry nights. First, check out our 8 Steps to Stop Bedwetting. If the first 6 steps fail to stop bedwetting, step 7 is to try using a bladder conditioning device. See the article for more advice about how to use them. Below are a couple that our family is familiar with, and we know to be effective if used correctly.
Potty Pager, 1-800-497-6573, website: www.pottypager.com (has the advantage of a pulsed vibrator, rather than a noisy alarm). The vibrating alarm is more useful for the child who doesn’t awaken to the buzzer that wakes up the whole family.
Nite-Train’r, 1-800-544-4240; website: www.nitetrain-r.com