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Successful Bedwetting Cure for Another Child!

Recently, we were contacted by Nicolette from South Jordan, Utah. This was in regards to her experience with Nytone's bedwetting alarm and the way it helped her 7 year old son, Drake, cure his bedwetting problem.

We asked her a series of questions and were thrilled enough with her answers that we wanted to share Nicolette and Drake's success story with you!

Nytone: How long has your child been having problems with bedwetting?

Nicolette: Drake has always had a problem with going through the night and waking up dry. When he's awake, he is great, but there have only been a handful of times that he would wake up dry.


Nytone: What other methods have you tried?

Nicolette: I tried everything I could think of to help him. We stopped all liquids after 6, which is tough when he is crying because he's so thirsty. I would also stay up until midnight and wake him up and set my alarm for 2 AM and 6 AM. He would still wake up wet. I also was told of an herb that he could take that helps improve bladder function. It worked the first night, but that was about it.


Nytone: Had you talked to a doctor?
Nicolette: His pediatrician just told me that it is perfectly normal for kids to wet during the night up until age 9 and there was nothing they would do medically until he was older. I was shocked at that statement.
Nytone: How simple or difficult was it to use the Nytone bedwetting alarm?
Nicolette: The Nytone Bedwetting Alarm was so simple to use. All I had to do was put it on his underwear and put him to bed!
Nytone: How did your son feel about using it?
Nicolette: Drake was excited but very nervous the first time he used it. I clipped it onto a paper towel and told him to pretend it was his underwear then put a few drops of water on the towel until it absorbed to the sensor that way he could see and hear the way it would wake him up. He was still anxious that first night, but he went to bed and forgot about it.
Nytone: How successful was it in waking him at night to use the restroom?
Nicolette: The first few nights he would wake up confused about what the noise was. It did wake him up, but I had to rush him to the bathroom and explain what was going on.
Nytone: What impressed you the most about the alarm?
Nicolette: I really liked the multiple ways the alarm alerts the child. Not only does it make a loud beeping noise, but it also has a flashing light and vibrates to wake the wearer.
Nytone: Would you recommend Nytone to friends or family?
NicoletteI: have already recommended this product to a friend in his karate class. He is a bit older but has the same problem.
Nytone: Anything else you'd like to add?
Nicolette: When I first got the alarm and pulled the tab to connect the batteries the alarm was sounding. I could not figure out how to get it to stop because on the video it showed that you had to unplug it. I tried that and eventually pulled the wires out of where it was supposed to be. Oops. I called the company, which just happens to be right down the street, and she laughed saying that they changed the way it works and several people have done that. They sent me a new one with no questions asked. They are great people and I really appreciate everything it has done for Drake. It only took him about 2 weeks or less for him to fully wake up dry. I let him decide when he wanted to stop wearing the alarm and he has only had 1 accident since he stopped wearing it! This product is amazing!
At Nytone, we are thrilled to be able to share another success story with you. If you have a child who wets the bed, Nytone could be the cure you need to help them overcome their problem!




Apr 18, 2017 • Posted by Tt

My husband who is 31 years old now. Always pee on the bed every time he is drunk at home. If he has his alcohol and go out for a few hours and comes back to sleep he is fine. But if he has his alcohol at home and sleep then he would wet the bed. I hate to say his but it does have a solution and that is don’t get drunk. We have been together for the past 7years and two kids. I don’t know what to do. He always pee on the bed since I meet him which is only every time he is drunk and that is every weekend. And he was shy and everything at first but then he just got use to me tell him it okay. And it not okay we have kids together, I don’t like when he pee on the bed when there is something he can do about it. Stop drinking alcohol to much. He is not romantic he does show me he cares and to make things worsed he pee on the bed. And not feel bed about it and do something about it.

Apr 16, 2017 • Posted by Mongezi Sambo

Is there any kind of medication that can be taken to ease the wet nights?

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