With a child who was wetting heavily and repeatedly at nights, it was astonishing how effective the alarm was at training him to wake and take himself to the bathroom during the night. After only two weeks, he was completely dry every night. Thank you! - Clare
Please share my feedback. Results: week 1, one dry night. Week 2, 3 dry nights. Week 3, 6 dry nights. He dealt with the alarm, changing pants, resetting alarm all by himself. Imagine his pride each morning, ”I was dry again, mum!” It will also have saved us a fortune in pullups. I am amazed! - Sandy
Loved it and would recommend it to others. I know he was ready but I had tried many things over the last 2 years to get him dry and I just couldn’t get him there. Was so happy it only took a week and we will keep wearing it until he has been dry for a few weeks. Thank you! - Annie
I urge anyone with a bedwetting child to consider the Rodger system, and may you experience the joy and relief of the cessation of bedwetting as we have. - Happy parent
We were totally frustrated and willing to try anything. A friend put me onto this alarm. I wish I'd found it sooner. Worked brilliantly. Money very well spent. - Carrie
Seriously, don't wait, just get this alarm. We battled wet beds for way too long and should have got this much sooner and saved all the headaches. Once we started using this device, something just clicked with him and he stopped wetting. At the start we had to wake him because he's sleeps so deeply but it didn't take long until he woke and went to the toilet. Now he doesnt' get up at all, he just sleeps through. Bloody marvelous.
My daughter sleeps through the alarm and there doesn’t seem to be an option to turn up the volume. It does wake me up as I am a light sleeper but she just sleeps. Other than that it’s a great set up. I brought three of the underwear and she will often use all three pairs nightly so I would recommend that.
Hi Karee, it is very common for bed wetters to initially sleep through the alarm sound. They are generally very deep sleepers. Initially you will need to wake her. Let the alarm continue to sound and wake her, then show her how to turn off the alarm. After a while her brain will tune into the alarm sound and she’ll start waking and know what to do. There’s a blog in my website and information in the free e-book you can download which details what you can do if she initially sleeps through. Otherwise give us a call and we’ll talk you through over the phone.
I found this online after googling about toilet training a 7 year old boy. I was extremely worried for my son and he was worrying about having sleep overs and wetting the bed bcasue our son is such a heavy sleeper that we knew it would take something (routine is key) like this to help him. The first 2 weeks he would sleep through the sound and wet through the bed twice - usually around 4 hours after he fell asleep and just before he should wake up.
We are now 1 month in and if he begins to wet the sound is waking him instantly and then he is able to just change the undies OR in the last few nights he is sleeping through the night 10-12 hours of sleep without waking/wetting at all!
The remote sensor is fantastic it's not bulky or worries my son being on (and he is a front sleeper)
Few things to note:
1. Don't just get 2 pairs of undies get 3-4 so you can wash them and ensure they are bone dry before your child goes to bed and puts the sensor on.
2. Get brolly sheets to put over their sheets that help when the wet the bed - you can take that off, wash it and put in the drier.
3. TRUST the process and keep going even if you have weeks of wet beds because it does work in the end.
This was the second alarm we tried. What we loved is that it wasn’t fiddly! We used it for 4 nights and now our child is dry! It was so easy, and worked for us very quickly.
We bought the Roger Bedwetting Alarm from you a few months ago. I wanted to submit a review because it helped us when we were choosing.
Our daughter is in her first year of school and just turned six. She had a very brief period (two weeks) of being dry at night when she was 4. We tried no nappies at night but her body wasn’t ready - it was upsetting her - we went back to pull ups. This year she began to get questions from her friends about wearing pull ups at night, which bothered her a bit, and we were desperate to stop using them too. Did the research, trawled the reviews and settled on the Roger, it’s not clunky, our daughter loved the ‘magic undies’ and the selection of alarm sounds was great. We changed a couple of times as some worked better than others to wake her - even choosing the sound was fun for her. It took around three weeks to see progress, but when we did, it was immediate. I’d expected she’d start by waking up and going to the toilet but she just went from setting the alarm off to being dry. And she has been now for a couple of months. The beginning was challenging but with lots of support, cuddles and stickers in the morning we got through it. No one’s more happy than she is, she did the hard work and didn’t give up. Highly recommend!