This is a step by step parent’s guide on how to Stop Wetting The Bed.

Hello, thank you for letting me share my story with you. I’m going to tell you how my husband and I successfully cured our son from bedwetting by using one of the best bed wetting alarms I’ve been able to find.
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My son just turned 6 and was still wetting his bed 1 or even 2 times a night. We’ve had him sleeping with pull-up diapers and a waterproof mattress protector for sometime, but weren’t solving his enuresis problem.

Bedwetting Alarms
The good news is that I work at a doctors office and the physician in my office offered to let me borrow what he said is one of the best bed wetting alarms. This one was called Wet Stop 3. To make a long story short, my son was able to gradually stop wetting his pants at night to one time a night, then only a few times a week, and eventually he was able to totally stop wetting the bed altogether. This took a period of one month but it has had a lasting permanent effect. He no longer wets the bed.

His overall self esteem and confidence has been boosted. He now wakes up proud of himself and not ashamed as he used to when he would wake up with his wet pull-ups.

If you are a bedwetter or have a child who wets the bed, you will find these steps useful in using a enuresis alarm to cure bedwetting.

The wet stop alarm wakes the child up with an audible or vibration alarm when wetness is detected on the child’s underwear. This is how we used the alarm:

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Wet Stop alarm attached

Day 1: We showed our son the alarm and set it off by dipping the sensor in water to let him feel the vibration mode and be comfortable with the alarm that it was nothing to be afraid of. By doing it this way, he felt relaxed about it and was actually excited to give it a try that night.

Week 1: We used the alarm every night and our son woke up the first 2 nights with his pull up soaked in urine and the alarm going off. However, on the 3rd night he woke up less wet and was even able to get up in time to walk to the bathroom and finish urinating in the toilet.
On the 4th and 5th night, he woke at the beginning of starting to urinate and only got a small wet spot in his pull ups.

Week 2: Four out of seven days, our son woke up with a dry pull-up. The other nights, he only had a small wet spot, he finished peeing in the toilet, I reset the alarm and he went back to bed.

Week 3: By week three, He only wet his pull ups 2 times and it was minimal. He also finished in the bathroom and he reset the alarm and went back to bed.

Week 4: Our son actually asked if he could wear his regular underwear to bed. We gladly agreed. He went the whole week with only one small bedwetting which he woke up from the alarm and finished in the toilet.

Since then, he has gone 1 MONTH and 13 DAYS straight waking up with dry (regular) underpants, no more pull ups. I can’t tell you how proud his father and I are. Also, we can see how proud he is of himself and that has truly made a difference with him.

As with any bedwetting alarm, if you want to succeed, you need to be consistent and keep moving forward. Don’t let a few wet nights make your child quit trying. Keep encouraging him along the way. You’ll both be grateful you stuck with the plan.

I hope my personal story on how to stop wetting the bed was helpful for you and your family. Best of luck!
Janice Vickers