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From elsie, Child's Age 14 - 1/20/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
I am going to look after my neighbours boy who is 14 while his parents go to Australia for about 6 weeks. he is severely retarted and doubly incontinent. His mom at present uses disposible nappies, but I want to try terry nappies on him while she is away because of costs, I dont want to have to charge her any money for lloking after him but I am worries about the costs as he is changed about 6 times a day. I would welcome any serious comments from parents
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From Jocylen, Child's Age 7 - 1/6/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
My seven year old doughter was toilet trained at the age of 3, and dosent have any troble with night or daytime wetting, but everytime she has on a bathing suite she pees right there on the spot. I've tld her it was wrong, and that just becuse shes at the pool, dosents mean she dosent have to use the toilet. She wouldent care about going back into diapers. What can I do.
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From Stephanie, Child's Age 9 - 1/4/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
My 9 year old daughter isnít a constant bed wetter, nor constant day wetter, but dose has accidents maybe 3 times a week. We are heading for vacation to California, flying, and I was wondering what to do. She hates the idea of wearing diapers, she doesnít at home, and I clean up after her accidents. I'm wondering what to do, I donít want to force her into diapers.
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From Jenny, Child's Age 7 - 1/4/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
I have a few questions on nocturnal enuresis training. We're ready to start a treatment program with our 7 year old son, but we want to do it right. I have a couple of questions about alarms. One is, that looking at how alarms attach to the underwear, it seems to me it might be difficult for a child to disconnect the alarm and get their underwear down quickly when they begin to wet. Has anyone found this to be the case? I have been looking at a wireless alarm which seems like it might elminate that problem, but the cost is about 2x - 3x as much as the "wired" alarms, and I'm not sure if it's worth the additional expense. Another question - I've been reading the book "Going for Dry", and was wondering if anyone out there has used this program, and what your success has/has not been.Thanks!
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From rachel, Child's Age 13 - 12/29/03 - IP#:  Click here to reply
My 13 year-old doughter was potty trained at the age of 3 and has never had a problem of wetting that I knew of. Two week I found two packs of Goodnities in her bottom draw as I was putting away some of her clothes. I asked her why she had them, and she said that she had been wearing them almost every night and day because she had had a few small accident on the bus ride home (I was not aware of). I asked her why she hade'nt come fourth and told me, she said she thought it would go away, and no reason for her to worry me. We went to the doctors and he told us she had a small bladder for her age. She now wears them 24/7, and were now starting to have some leaks, and she's horrified her friends will find out, what should I do?
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From rose, Child's Age 22 - 12/27/03 - IP#:  Click here to reply
Hello, i'm a mother of a 22 year old son who lives in a student house. When I visited him i found out that he was wetting his bed sometimes. After a doctors checkout we found out he has a small blatter. I think he should wear diapers at night, but he won't think about it. Does anyone maybe have a idea how i can convince him, because i think it making him feel better an less nervous. Thanks
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From Rob, Child's Age 16 - 12/26/03 - IP#:  Click here to reply
My son outgrew bedwetting early, and never had a pants wetting problem as a kid. However, last winter, my wife told me she caught him sneaking wet clothes into the washing machine. It seems he had "an accident" while sledding. His snowpants (nylon? rayon? whatever) hid the damage, but the briefs, thermal underwear, and jeans he wore underneath were soaked. I wrote it off as an isolated event -- maybe he got scared swerving to miss a tree, or just couldn't get back home in time. Obviously, he wasn't the first 15-year-old to wet his pants.The problem is, it's happened at least twice more since then (and maybe more often), and I think he's doing it on purpose, relying on the fact that you can't see it in snowpants. A week ago, I confronted him. I thought I saw some yellow footprints in the snow, so I waited in the laundry room, and when he came in carrying an armful of clothes (he's not known for helping with the laundry under most circumstances). He was surprised to see me to say the least. The smell of urine was obvious, and I asked him flat out if he's peed his pants. He turned bright red, but there was no way for him to deny it. Four layers of clothes, even his socks, were wet.He claimed "accident" again (he didn't know that I knew about the time last year), but I said 16 was getting a little old for that kind of thing. And I'm SURE, thinking back on it, that there have been more than three times.So my question is, does anyone else have any experience with this kind of thing? Secret, deliberate pants wetting by a teen boy? Is it a fetish of some kind? Should I do anything about it?
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From peter, Child's Age 8 - 12/25/03 - IP#:  Click here to reply
hello ..I'm new to this site ,my daughter who is slightly disabled (incontinent)since birth has now grown out of baby nappies disposables ,we found as she was getting older the absorbence performence reduced which became annoying after 2 hours she would be soaked .we even ended up putting extra pads inside the nappy in some cases 2 pads .. Not very helpfull as in hot weather when playing with the other children the nappy would either rip or be so heavy afterwetting it would would fall to the floor.we have tried her in adult nappies but find the tapes annoying especially the ones with two tapes on the sides . we have yet to find a supplier with tapes like original baby nappies..
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From lyne, Child's Age 9 - 12/23/03 - IP#:  Click here to reply
I have a 9 year old doughter who untill 3 weeks ago had never had any bed wetting problems. for the past 3 weeks she hasent had a dry night. what should i do?
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From layla, Child's Age 12 - 12/19/03 - IP#:  Click here to reply
Hi All,I felt compelled to write as there seems to be so much concern about using plastic pants - rubbers. I have always used these items for a variety of reasons and have no inclination of stopping. My 12 yr daughter wears for slight bedwetting. I have also trained my girl with them when she started to wet daytimes due to waiting to long befor going to the toilet. They are also very useful during heavy monthlies and if a child is soiling due to constipation / encoprisis. I would welcome discussion on this
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