ANSWERS TO YOUR MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT TEEN BOYS AND BEDWETTING ARE HERE
If you’re a parent reading this, rather than relaying the information to your son, try to get him to have a read-through by himself. Knowing the facts about teenage bedwetting and getting some useful tips and suggestions will help him deal with it.
DryNites® Pyjama Pants not only help kids who wet the bed get a sound night’s sleep, they help them maintain a sense of privacy and self-esteem until they outgrow bed wetting. With DryNites Pyjama Pants, there’s no need to worry about wet sheets and other disruptions in the middle of the night.
DryNites® Pyjama Pants are sold in leading supermarket, pharmacy and variety stores. Retailers usually stock DryNites Pants in the same aisle as disposable nappies, next to Pull-Ups® Training Pants.
Most kids wear DryNites® Pyjama Pants as a replacement for underwear at night. But underwear certainly can be worn underneath DryNites® Pants (it might help them to feel when they’re wet). If you have a child that wears boxers, they may want to wear them over their DryNites® Pyjama Pants.
DryNites® Pyjama Pants have a cloth-like outer cover printed with unique boy or girl designs that look and feel like underwear. Inside, there’s a thin, absorbent pad that draws wetness in, away from skin. The stretchable sides offer a comfortable, snug fit. Leak guards provide discreet all-night protection. They are latex-free and contain no lotions
DryNites® Pyjama Pants are available in three sizes:
2-4 years, 13-20kg (for Boys and Girls)
4-7 years, 17-30kg (for Boys and Girls)
8-15 years, 27-57+kg (for Boys and Girls)
There are also a number of vendors who can deliver DryNites Pants direct to you.
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We only sell directly to specialist distributors, but you can choose from the list of our online retail partners who will deliver DryNites® Pyjama Pants to your door.
DryNites® Pants will work with alarms that have a sensor which is worn inside the child’s underwear. DryNites® Pants will not be appropriate for alarms where the sensor is on a bed pad.
DryNites® Pants offer reassurance while your doctor is adjusting the dosage to fit your child’s needs. Also, when the doctor begins to take your child off medication, DryNites® Pants are a good backup until success is reached.
Most kids wear DryNites® Pyjama Pants as a replacement for underwear at night. But underwear certainly can be worn underneath DryNites® Pyjama Pants (it might help them to feel when they’re wet). If you have a child that wears boxers, they may want to wear them over their DryNites® Pyjama Pants.
There are also a number of vendors who can deliver DryNites® Pants direct to you.
See the complete DryNites® product range
Wetting the bed is very common for young people. There’s no need to worry about night time accidents. There are a range of things that can contribute to it and just as many easy ways to help it pass without a big fuss. For more information, take a look at our section on bedwetting.
Bedwetting is urinating at night time during sleep. Doctors call it nocturnal enuresis but most kids refer to it simply as wetting the bed.
If one parent wet the bed then each child in the family has a 50% chance of wetting the bed. If both parents wet the bed, then each child has a 75% chance of bedwetting.