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    TwoBees is offline Diamond level (5000+ posts)
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    Default Recommendations for a bedwetting alarm?

    Any that are tried and true? Thanks.

    ETA: Also, any recommendations for how to use the alarm with DD1 (7.5 years) without waking DD2 (3 years)? I have been putting off the alarm because I have been dreading interrupting everyone's sleep (my family does not do the whole "sleep thing" well, sigh).
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    Any suggestions?
    Mom to a spirited, red-headed, former 28-weeker 10/2009 and a more mellow monkey 12/2013.

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    WatchingThemGrow is online now Pink Diamond level (15,000+ posts)
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    Search malem- we had success with it!


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    We used the Wet Stop alarm when my daughter was 9 (almost 10). I think the doctor recommended we wait until she was at least 8 years old and then we waited until she had her own room for the same reasons you are worried. It worked very fast for us even after 3 or 4 years of major nighttime problems.

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    we used the malem alarm as well with success. it is very loud with new batteries :-)

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    We used wetstop and it worked perfectly. DS1 and DS2 share a bedroom, but DS2 slept right through the alarm with no issues. Good luck! It worked well for DS and he's never had a setback. It did take a loooong time, but he was much younger than your daughter when we used it.

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    Malem here too. It worked pretty quickly for my 8-year-old daughter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoBees View Post
    Any that are tried and true? Thanks.

    ETA: Also, any recommendations for how to use the alarm with DD1 (7.5 years) without waking DD2 (3 years)? I have been putting off the alarm because I have been dreading interrupting everyone's sleep (my family does not do the whole "sleep thing" well, sigh).

    FWIW, I thought that DS was going to be in night-time pull ups for the rest of his life. Somewhere between 7.5 and 8, he suddenly stayed dry. It was very abrupt. One minute he was wet every night and then all of a sudden, permanently dry. Now (at 12), he chugs water before bed and doesn't use the bathroom until the morning. The ped said that it would happen once his bladder was strong/big enough.
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    TwoBees is offline Diamond level (5000+ posts)
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    Thanks everyone, I will take a look at those suggested!
    Mom to a spirited, red-headed, former 28-weeker 10/2009 and a more mellow monkey 12/2013.

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    I'm in need of this for my ODD, which Malem alarm did you use? The one that clips on the shoulder or the one that clips on the undies?
    DD1 September 2008
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