Getting help with bedwetting

If night time accidents are occurring more frequently, or for a longer period of time than you think is manageable, here are some solutions that might be helpful:


Bedwetting Pants

DryNites® Pyjama Pants are an effective way to help manage bedwetting, and work well together with other methods and solutions. With 5 layers for maximum protection, they ensure a good night’s sleep and help with your child’s development and self-esteem. They also give your child a sense of independence with their discreet design.

If you notice that your child’s DryNites® are dry for a few mornings in a row, try without. If your child has an accident in bed, go back to DryNites® and try again later on. Remember, wetting at night can be common and your child will become dry at night, in their own time

Mattress Protection

Accidents are going to happen, and that’s perfectly normal. You can prepare for them with DryNites Bed Mats that fit over the mattress and keep it dry overnight. They are silent and unnoticeable, and help your child relax and sleep comfortably.

Medical Support

If you have any concerns – don’t hesitate to consult your doctor. There should be a children’s continence clinic in your area.

Keep calm

It’s important to remember that there is nothing wrong with your child, and it’s not something they can control. Bedwetting is something that lots of families go through. If you feel like you need any help, there are plenty of resources available to give you some support and guidance.

Where to get Help

Your school nurse should be able to advise you with strategies for coping with bedwetting and can help out if you’re nervous about things like sleepovers or school trips.

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