Friday, February 5, 2010

Hyland's Products: Bedwetting Tablets

I don't know if you can call this a product review since I haven't actually used these yet, but I'm gonna try them and let you know. You don't just give them before bed; you give them at meals, etc. They are tiny, homeopathic tablets that taste like nothing. I'm hoping my almost-5-year-old will stop peeing in her size 6 diaper every night. I hear lots of females have problems with bedwetting ... I've known many.

I've heard that making them pee before bed, making sure they stop drinking after 7 p.m. and trying out a bedwetting alarm don't necessarily work.

What's your experience with kids wetting the bed when they are potty-trained perfectly during the day?

1 comment:

  1. Well, my fully potty trained six year old still pees every night. It can be frustrating if I happen to run out of pullups or something. He's not lazy, he just sleeps so hard and doesn't even know he peed.

    You asked me about weight loss. Actually, I weigh as much as when I was 9 months pregnant! I even tried counting my calories. Didn't work. Now I go to the gym 3 or 4 times a week and I finally lost two pounds this week. Last week I lost two pounds working out also. That's pretty good considering I wasn't watching what I ate. I hate dieting and I don't mind the gym so that works nice for me. I usually burn about 600-700 on the treadmill before I hit the weights. I'm starting to get my energy back too.

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