We recommend getting one of the alarm and DVD Kits.
Pad and Bell alarms
These alarms are the loudest alarm. The child cannot wear pull-ups with this type of alarm. If the child is wetting regularly then the alarm mat goes on top of the fitted sheet. It is a good idea to put a waterproof mattress overlay underneath the alarm mat to prevent the sheet getting wet but this is optional. On top of the alarm mat we recommend folding an old sheet in four, putting it across the top and tucking it in on both sides. The reason for this is to make it comfortable for the child. It holds the alarm mat in place and stop the alarm going off accidently because of perspiration.
If the child is only wetting occasionally then the alarm mat can go under the fitted sheet.
Clip on Alarms
If your child is wearing pull-ups the easiest system to use is a pin-on or clip on bedwetting alarm.
The alarm sound box attaches to the pyjama top near the shoulder.
A lead then goes under the pyjama top and down to the underpants. The lead can go between two singlets. The urine sensor is at the end of the lead.
The sensor attaches to the underpants or goes between two pairs of underpants.
It is also possible to use one pair of underpants and put pull-ups over the top wit the sensor in between.
The pull-ups allow the sensor to still get wet and so the alarm sounds but the sheets stay dry making your workload less, which will help you continue with the program.
Some people are lucky and their child is cured within two weeks.
For others is can take a couple of months but usually the child starts to improve by starting to have more and more dry nights.
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