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TensCare Dry Night Trainer Bed Wetting Alarm


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  • Bed-wetting alarm
  • User friendly, light and worn as a watch
  • Changeable cover
  • Easy to attach
  • Motivating and fun

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Learning how to become dry at night is not an easy process. The child has to recognise and respond to the sensation of a full bladder while asleep and then use the toilet or 'hold on' until the morning. Lots of children wet the bed, it is estimated that over half a million children between the age of 5 and 16 years wet the bed in the UK.

Before you start using the Dry Night Trainer it is important to explain to your child exactly what the objective of the bedwetting alarm is. To avoid misunderstandings, get your child to repeat what the bedwetting alarm does. Only a few drops of urine will trigger the Dry Night Trainer alarm. As soon as your child wakes up (they may need assistance from you) they should go to the toilet and finish emptying the bladder. It is important that the child learns to 'hold on' or wake up to the sensation of a full bladder without needing the alarm. Some children learn to 'hold on' throughout the night without waking and others will wake up and go to the toilet. Either way the Dry Night Trainer can take up to 2-4 months. For your child to be fully dry at night, it is important that it uses the Dry Night Trainer every night. If your child becomes ill or there are upsets or new events in the family it is probably better to wait a while before using the Dry Night Trainer.

The alarm is more effective if you give positive feedback when your child gets good results--each small step helps along the way to getting dry. You can just praise your child, or you can provide him/her with a reward. One way to do this is to give your child a number of fun stickers to put on a chart (or other reward).

Tell him/her you will be going to sleep with the Dry Night Trainer on your wrist. When the alarm sounds, pull off the popper to silence the alarm. Walk to the bathroom, and try to wee in the toilet (very good, you've earned a sticker already). Then put on clean pyjamas, we will attach the alarm again and you will go back to sleep (if necessary we will change the bedclothes. If you manage to wake up in time to go to the toilet before the alarm goes off, you will get two stickers in the morning. If the alarm is still going off after 2-3 minutes and you haven’t got out of bed to go to the toilet, then you haven’t earned a sticker. If the alarm goes off several times in the same night, your child can still earn a sticker if he/she tries to go to the bathroom to finish weeing. Even if your child does not sleep dry, you should reward him/her for turning off the alarm and going to the bathroom. As an added incentive, you can offer your child the goal that if he/she is dry 14 nights in a row, you do something fun together like a trip to the zoo, cinema, or a playground, etc.

When your child has been dry 14 nights in a row, you can stop using the Dry Night Trainer. However after a wet night you should start using it again. If your child keeps reverting to wetting after stopping the alarm, you can try giving him an extra drink at bedtime for a few nights with the alarm to build up his tolerance. It can be challenging but do not give up. Good luck with the training.

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The Dry Night Tainer Bedwetting Alarm is designed to help your child to wake in the night with the sensation of a full bladder. Sensors are placed in the child's underwear to detect wetness. They work at very low currents so are completely safe. Even the first few drops of urine will be enough to be detected and trigger the alarm.

The alarm is worn on the child's wrist like a watch. It is small, lightweight and comfortable so will not stop them from sleeping. 3 interchangeable covers are included which makes the alarm more appealing to children; they can pick from a football, a flower and a star.

Including with the Dry Night Trainer is a 14 day progress chart to help you and your child document their successes. When the child has been completely dry or 14 nights in a row they can be considered toilet trained.

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 3 x 17 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 100 g
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  • Item model number: K-NP
  • ASIN: B007XQQ4X6
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 May 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,164 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By sasha-dima on 17 Dec 2012
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My Daughter was potty trained using Gina Ford "Potty training in one week" at 23 months. She was fantastic, learned no problem. Gina does say not to expect them to be dry at night before age 4. So basically I didn't worry about her still wearing a night nappy. But by the time she was 5 and her baby sister who is 17mths younger was dry all night, I began to worry that maybe it would never happen! I tried lifting her at my bedtime, she would already be wet and in the morning her nappy would still be wet. I discussed it with the Health visitor and she said they would do nothing till she was 6, try drinking more fluids and ensuring her nappy only went on the minute before she went to bed! None of this worked.
My daughter who was now 5.5 was beginning to feel like a baby always having to wear a nappy at bedtime especially when her younger sister did not. I promised her when we came back from our holidays in October I would get something to help her. I trawled the net night after night hunting for the magic cure. Its very hard when you read conflicting reviews and the items cost in excess of £100. Then I found TensCare dry night trainer. Being a Nurse I have used products by TensCare before so I knew they had a good name. I found a review by a lady who's child was able to use this product with a night nappy, that was my plan.
Day 1 pants on and the magic alarm fastened to the pants and then the night nappy, she was so excited, the thought of being a big girl at last! She was wet at about 11:30 and woke up with the alarm, I changed her then she was dry all night! we went on like that for about 10 days, the amount of wee before she woke was getting less.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By karrot96 on 24 May 2011
Our 6 year old boy was still wet at night; we tried every trick recommended to help him - unsuccessfully! Bedwetting alarms are recommended only for older kids, who can get up at night when the alarm sounds. We had tried one (borrowed) when he was five - it woke the rest of the family up but not him and after two weeks we returned it.

One day I broached the subject with him about trying an alarm again and we searched the net together. Our son chose the Noppy alarm himself and waited for the post to arrive the next day as he was keen to try it out. We had seven nights where the alarm went off. After 3 nights our son was waking up at the first beep and taking himself to the toilet. After one week we had a son who was still waking up in the night to go to the toilet but the alarm was not going off. He can now go through the night without waking up and is looking forward to his first sleepover.

I would recommend this alarm - good value for money but most importantly our son liked it and was willing to use it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By jaqui on 16 July 2012
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bought this for my My son used this for about a week before all the wires came out,absolute waste of money!!definetly wouldnt recommend!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Molly on 16 Aug 2011
We tried a DRI Sleeper Bed Wetting Alarm about a year ago and it was fantastic - my 5 (then) year old daughter was dry within 4 weeks. I was over the moon and gave the alarm to my friend who leaves abroad and who was unable to get one for her daughter over there.

Unfortunately, four months later my daughter started bed wetting again :-( and I decided that we needed another alarm. This time I bought Noppy alarm as the design - the wrist "watch" type - was much more practical than the DRI Sleeper's one which needed a velcro patch sewn to the pyjama etc.

I was confident that Noppy will help and the problem will be solved within 4-5 weeks. Unfortunately, although the sound was very loud and it would wake everybody up... but my daughter. We used it for three months and it didn't wake her up even once.

At the end the alarm was ringing without my daugther being wet and despite disconnecting the two elements. I sent it back three weeks ago but haven't heard from the Supplier yet.

Just bought another one - Wet-Stop3 Bedwetting Alarm System - and hope this one will work.

The conclusion: I wouldn't recommend Noppy alarm although believe that it worked for other kids. Good luck!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SH on 17 July 2011
It didn't wake my heavy sleeper daughter at all.
So as bed wetters tend to be heavy sleepers I wouldn't
recommend. I now need to try a different alarm.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SBno1 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 18 Aug 2012
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For £26 GBP you get a velcro wrist strap with a little buzzer, a length of wire that has press stud clips to attach to clothing and some changeable buzzer covers.

The unit is fully assembled and just needs the plastic battery tab to be pulled out to activate. Simply attach to your childs hand and the wire is fed through clothing to the underwear/night nappy. The end of the wire splits and terminates to a press stud which clips together through the clothing. You are then good to go.

A point to note: If the article of clothing is too thin, then the press stud ends may come into contact with each other and trigger the alarm, but in fairness, that hasn't happened to me.

I tried this for the first week and didn't have a wet night. I can't say this was as a result of the alarm, just pot-luck! The second week the alarm sounded twice which woke my child from sleep. Third week it sounded once and by the fourth week he was dry again, but I can't say if the problem has been resolved

My child, he has dry spells and wet spells and I am not so sure that an alarm trigger that goes off once or twice a month is frequent enough to act as a trainer. Maybe it is, maybe it isn't, maybe my child is learning it for himself, I don't really know. What this definitely does, is wake your child straight away so at least they are not laying in urine for any prolonged time.

The unit carries a CE safety mark, but I have a few concerns about the battery holder. Whilst it takes a strong fingernail to pull the battery tray out, children can be quite persistent at playing with new things and I shudder to think what may happen if that battery tray got loose and the child got hold of the button cell.
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