Bedwetting alarms: Bedwetting alarms work on the principle that although bedwetting is a physical problem, your child can be trained to recognize the feeling of a full bladder. Alarms consist of a moisture sensor and an alarm such as a buzzer, bell, or vibrator, which goes off when your child begins to urinate during the night.
If you are unsure about how to handle your child's bedwetting condition, their doctor is a good place to turn for help. Print these questions off and bring them to your child's next appointment to help initiate a discussion. Why is my child wetting the bed? Could the problem be caused by another physical condition? What are the treatment options? How long does each treatment take to work? What steps are required on my part to make the treatment effective? Can this treatment be used outside of our home (e.