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  • Rodger Wireless
    Bedwetting Alarm

    Malem Alarm one tone
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    Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm

    This alarm requires the fewest steps when getting ready for bed; simply put on the special underwear, snap the transmitter in place and make sure the receiver is turned on. There are no worries about sensor placement or choosing the right underwear. The special underwear detects urine quickly, no matter what the position is when the wetting occurs. The receiver is plugged into a wall outlet and can remain there. The user must get out of bed to turn off the receiver once it sounds (8 pre-recorded tones). An additional receiver for parent’s room can be ordered, which is helpful if the rooms are far apart. A vibratory cushion can be ordered to shake the top of the bed when wetting occurs. Two pair of washable underwear (blue or white) are included with the alarm and others can be purchased separately. Unless you get laundry done on a daily basis, ordering a few extra pairs of briefs is helpful, especially in the early learning phase This alarm is ideal for those with intermittent wetting. The underwear is so easy to put on each night, it is sure to be there on the nights you wet and need to be alerted..

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  • Malem Ultimate
    Bedwetting Alarm

    Waterproof Overlay
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    Malem Ultimate Bedwetting Alarm

    This alarm has both sound and a strong vibration. The compact alarm fastens to the shoulder of the shirt so it is always close to the ear, even with nighttime movement. This is our most popular alarm and uses a set of long lasting AAA batteries. The unique easy clip sensor (in all Malem alarms) securely attaches to the outside of your own cloth briefs, without a chance of it accidentally pulling off. Wearing close fitting underwear, not boxers, is best. This alarm allows the choice of 8 various sounds so you can pick the one that alerts you best or is similar to your phone ring tone. This alarm is loud enough for the parents to respond to initially so the user can be assisted to the bathroom. You have the option of choosing either sound or vibration but it is best to begin with both..

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  • Clippo
    Bedwetting Alarm

    Rodger Clippo - Aloha
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    Clippo
    Bedwetting Alarm

    This kid-friendly basic alarm uses both sounds and vibration. It is economically priced, and provides a durable and consistent response to wetness. Kids enjoy being able to personalize this alarm by choosing one of 9 "skins" to make it something they enjoy using. The sensor fastens to the outside of the user's underwear, and the alarm unit magnetically attaches to the pajama shoulder.

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For Girls Age 5 to 6

  • Quick Statistics

  • 20% of 4-year-olds wet nightly
  • 13% of 6-year-olds wet nightly
  • Bedwetting is more common in boys, and daytime wetting is more common in girls
  • Many children stop without treatment
  • Watchful waiting is fine
  • Usual Signs & Symptoms

  • Begin to see occasional dry nights with dry diaper
  • May get up to use the bathroom
  • Disposable pants readily accepted
  • When to Treat

  • Mature for age, has been dry in the daytime for several years
  • Bothered by pull-ups
  • If still wet every night by age 6
  • If motivated by older sibling getting dry with alarm
  • Nighttime Potty Training

  • Daytime dryness comes first
  • Encourage drinking and frequent toileting during day
  • Double void before bed - 30 minutes apart
  • Trial of no pull-ups, especially if dry ones observed
  • Use washable overlays over sheets
  • Remind her to use bathroom if awake during night for any reason
  • Be supportive and patient, do not punish
  • Treatment Considerations

  • Families who shop with us get access to all Bedwetting Store resources and support from our team
  • Starter Kits contain everything you’ll need to begin
  • All-In-One treatment kits offer the best chance for success!
  • Wired alarms, like the Malem Ultimate, allow the child to wear her own underwear
  • Wireless alarms are easiest for kids to use alone because there is no worry about sensor placement
  • Dri Eclipse is the only pull-up compatible alarm