Our son is 8 years old almost 9, and regressed toilet Night training from the age of 3. It’s been a consistent uphill battle for a long time, between an expensive paediatrician, an extremely deep sleeper, and many different theories we were at a loss for what to do. With impending school camps and sleepovers, we knew we needed to nip this on the butt quickly! After reading many reviews and information on the Dri Sleeper Wireless we decided to bite the bullet and give it ago and I seriously don’t know why we didn’t try it 5 years ago. I would pay the price 10 times over for this result. It’s incredible.
After figuring out the cycle and keeping a log of when he wet on day 18 we had a change in the pattern and on day 20 our first dry night, we are now 19 nights in a row of dry nights. It’s honestly unbelievable the change. Sending him to bed in jocks is just the best, not only for my washing pile but his confidence too!
After a few nights we found the sensor a little temperamental so I contacted customer service and they had lots of information and helpful tips.
Don’t hesitate in purchasing this. It’s an absolute lifesaver and game changer in the bed wetting game. Thank you thank you thank you!!!!
It's great to hear that this has helped his confidence. We wish him all the best for the future.
My 13 year old daughter began using the DRI Sleeper Wireless alarm this summer. Her bedwetting stopped entirely after about 6 weeks use. She hasn't wet the bed in three weeks. Prior to buying the alarm, she was prescribed a few different medications by her doctor that caused her to wet the bed more than she was without the drugs. Her bedwetting became a daily event instead of every second or third day without medications. The alarm was really a last resort for us. We had tried every other remedy her doctor recommended.
My daughter hates the sound of the alarm (so does her cat). She was awakened by the alarm many times in the first few weeks of use. There were nights she didn't want to use the alarm because she didn't want to be awakened by the alarm. We insisted on nightly use because it must be used nightly to have the desired effect. My only issue with the wireless system is that the sensor is small and can be easily lost. It's been an easy experience, my daughter wakes up dry every morning and we're delighted with the results.
Great result! We are so pleased the alarm worked for your daughter. All the best for the future.
Wow who wouldve thought this would work wonders. I held off for a long time crossing my fingers and trying endless ideas that included alarm clocks, waking up myself in the middle of the night to help my nearly teenager. We were worried it was expensive but we decided to bite the bullet so to speak and purchased the alarm. It took a couple of days to get used to it and now it has been nearly two weeks and our son has been completely dry. This was my last resort and It has paid off and worth the money. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Eternally grateful
Congratulations to you and nearly teenager for getting bedwetting sorted! Well done!
After six weeks with my nine year old grandson there’s definitely an improvement. In our case mainly that he’s sleeping much later, usually until 6-7am before wetting and a couple of times he’s been dry throughout. Until now he’d wet the bed every single night since his brother was born four years ago. We’ve had some trouble with the alarm but overall we’d recommend and will definitely persevere.
It's good he is progressing. Please contact me if you need any suggestions or help with the alarm.
Wish we had got this sooner. I was worried he wouldn’t wake, but after only a few days he was and then doing it all himself. (He is 12)
Great news! He is doing a terrific job. We wish him all the best for the future.