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    Default Bed wetting alarm

    Has anyone hired or brought one?
    How much was it?
    And did you have much sucess with it?
    DS1 is 5.6 years old and the doctor suggested this before we try any medications. He wets 6 out of 7 nights most weeks
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    We hired one through the state programme in Perth. There was about a 6 month waiting list. I think it cost about 60 dollars for the 6 week period that you use it.

    It worked wonders for both my sons. The were both still in nappies at night until we used it. The eldest was 6 years old when he did it and he was dry in 5 nights.
    I put my youngest name on the list when he turned 5. You can only use it once you are 5.5yrs. He was dry in about 7 nights.


 

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