Since I was about 12 years old I have wanted to wet the bed, and I mean with a passion. I have tried almost everything. I once hired a hypnotist to help me wet the bed. I even managed to get a urologist to operate on me a few years back, but no luck.
Bedwetters, you cannot imagine how much I envy you. I would trade places with you in a heartbeat.
As an engineer and somewhat of an inventor I have not given up yet. Here is one scheme I have been working on, it’s sort of the opposite of those old bedwetting alarm buzzers.
Inside the diaper is a set of electrodes placed so as to sense wetness no matter whether you sleep on your side, back, or stomach. Connected to these electrodes is a miniature wireless transmitter. If you become wet a signal is sent out to the external hardware near the bed.
In addition it may be useful to have some way to detect the proper phase of one’s sleep (REM sleep), so that the following sequence of events takes place at the right time of the night.
A small and very low level noise begins (perhaps a very soft white noise hiss, or a pulsed hiss), so low that after a few nights it does not even wake you up. But what is most important is it serves notice upon your subconscious that if the diaper does not become wet something uncomfortable or objectionable is about to happen.
There are a few possibilities for this “punishment”. It can be a simple loud noise, like a bell (or even a klaxon, LOL). It could also be something physically uncomfortable like pumping ice cold water into your bed.
The strategy here should be pretty obvious, eventually you should be able to train yourself to wet the diaper in your sleep and thus avoid the “punishment” cycle.
Someday I am going to experience again what I experienced as an infant, going to bed dry and waking up wet.