A quick note to let you know that I finally got around to using the Dri Sleeper Alarm with my daughter (6 turning 7 in November this year) during the September school holidays this year. She had previously never had a dry night with her pull-ups and would never wake to take herself to the toilet. The downside of being such a deep sleeper.
We used the alarm for 10 days by inserting the sensor in her pull up and at the end of the 10 days switched to undies. It has since been almost two weeks and we have not had an accident to date (despite her being exhausted and dead to the world on some nights). The only change to her night routine has been the fact that I have stopped giving her a glass of warm milk before bed.
I’m sorry I couldn’t participate in the survey as I had nothing to report at that stage. However, I believe that you deserve to hear this feedback as my daughter is so proud of her achievement in such a short period of time and I for one am a very relieved mum.
My husband, a GP, has been recommending your product for some time now but now has a good news story of his own to share with patients.
Summit Medical Group
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Around 3,000,000,000 pull-ups are used per year in the USA. From 5 to 10 years there will be approximately 18,000,000,000 pull-ups used. At around $1.00 each, the cost is $365.00 per year or $2,190.00 during the usual period of bedwetting.
From the age of 5, bedwetting is considered a medical condition in the UK and statistics show that only 15% of bedwetters will stop un-aided every year form this age on. This means that by the age of 9, over half of all those children who wet the bed at 5, will still be wetting the bed!