Big kid bedwetting

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If you wet the bed as a kid, what was the last kind of protection you remember using before you became dry at night?
 

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all my parents used was a small rubber sware pad on my mattress one time my Mother bought a pack of Ambeze diapers which were a total fail
 

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harbor said:
If you wet the bed as a kid, what was the last kind of protection you remember using before you became dry at night?
Abena m4's
 
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At 17 I was in the original tena slip maxi plastic backed and normally with a conni protective mat on my bed aswell
 
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I grew up before disposable diapers so when I outgrew cloth diapers/baby/toddler plastic pants, a plastic sheet on my bed was all there was. I am a life-long bed wetter, so I have never become completely dry when I sleep. After I was out on my own, I found, bought, and used adult-size protection--still cloth diapers/plastic pants. I prefer cloth to disposables unless I am away from home or laundry facilities are not available.
 
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At 17 , tena slip super plastic backed and goodnites bed mat on my bed
 

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I had vinyl backed cloth pads that goes under the bed sheets. That was the only protection I had from having wet mattresses. When I wake up wet in the middle of the night, I just lay down a bath towel over it, change or take off my wet pajamas and go back to sleep.
 

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diaperbobby said:
I grew up before disposable diapers so when I outgrew cloth diapers/baby/toddler plastic pants, a plastic sheet on my bed was all there was. I am a life-long bed wetter, so I have never become completely dry when I sleep. After I was out on my own, I found, bought, and used adult-size protection--still cloth diapers/plastic pants. I prefer cloth to disposables unless I am away from home or laundry facilities are not available.
Have you ever tried getting treatment for bedwetting? I've tried desmopressin but it gave me bad headaches
 

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dpcare said:
all my parents used was a small rubber sware pad on my mattress one time my Mother bought a pack of Ambeze diapers which were a total fail
What age did you stop,?
 

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Still living at home, after ten or so dry years I wet the bed multiple times in my late teens (beer). After a couple incidents, without warning, I was sleeping on a rubber sheet.
 
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I had to wear the original goodnites and then used the green depend diapers until I was 15 or 16 when I started to have alot more dry nights but I never really stopped wetting my bed
 

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Goodnites. The ones with the skateboards, lol. 😆 I'm still not dry, though. 😑
 
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KrankyPants said:
Goodnites. The ones with the skateboards, lol. 😆 I'm still not dry, though. 😑
there eas no such a thing as Goodnites when I was that age
 
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harbor said:
before you became dry at night?
HAHAHAHA, that did not happen. But as it was back then and is now; Goodnites
 
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My sister and I both wore cloth diapers and rubber pants for our bedwetting until I was 17. We didn't have disposables at the time, so we wore multiple layers of cloth diapers. The older we got the more layers our mom added.
 
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FudgedInLuvs said:
HAHAHAHA, that did not happen. But as it was back then and is now; Goodnites
Really, you never got dry at night? Do you think that's why you're a diaper lover?
 

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harbor said:
Really, you never got dry at night? Do you think that's why you're a diaper lover?
As a kid I was a nightly wetter. Teenage me was also nearly nightly from stress mental and physical (I used to be heavy). Young adult me, not as frequent but I have my triggers and I'll have stretches where I'm nightly for a few weeks and taper off to the more sporadic pattern.

I certainly think it had a huge component into being a DL. I knew I loved diapers as young as 4, and even as a kid I never had an issue with my Goodnites, I just wouldn't mention them to friends. But every night I looked forward to putting it on, and the feeling using it or waking up in a full diaper.
 

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I wet the bed nightly right until I was 15 and wore Goodnites and thankfully stopped
 
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Bedwetter12 said:
I wet the bed nightly right until I was 15 and wore Goodnites and thankfully stopped
Glad there were Goodnites! Minimize the embarrassment and wet beds while staying discreet. Goodnites came out like 2 years after I stopped wetting like in 6th grade. So I had to deal with wet beds and pajamas.
 
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