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Keira -- DRI Sleeper Eclipse

Hello, I purchased the alarm as a last ditch effort to help my nearly 10-year-old son. He had decided that he didn't want to go to his one night year 4 camp because he was too embarrassed that he had to still wear a nappy to bed. Over the years we have tried limiting fluids, not limiting fluids, taking him to the toilet when we went to bed, practised holding his bladder and cutting off mid-stream, elimination diets, chiropractors, doctors and hormone sprays. We were hesitant to use an alarm due to the possibility of it interfering with the household's sleep.   It took us a few nights to get the alarm to work due to the absorbency of the nappies and poor placement. Master R did not like wearing undies but in the end we made him otherwise it just wasn't going to work. He did not wake up to the alarm, but we sure did and had to rouse him ourselves. We made him turn the alarm off and wash it once he finished in the toilet. We were not very consistent with the alarm usage because he was tired and we were tired having to get up to him twice a night a few nights in a row. Master R is also a very sweaty sleeper so the alarm was sometimes triggered by this.   One night, about two weeks in, he got up and went to the toilet at around 10pm. That night he had a dry night. The next night I accused him of not wearing the alarm or not turning it on as it didn't go off. Then the dry nights continued. He has now had one wet night in 30. Was it the alarm? Did his body's natural hormone kick in at this time? Who knows. What we do know is that we don't have any more nappies in the house, he was able to go on school camp without worrying and he is looking forward to his first sleepover with a friend next week.   I thought that the wireless alarm was very easy to use and I would recommend it to other parents who are looking for a bedwetting solution.   Kind regards, Keira

-- Keira -- DRI Sleeper Eclipse

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Drops of urine
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Child wakes up (trains the brain)