Here at DRI Sleeper, we are often asked at what age should night toilet training begin? It is never a straight forward answer, as all children are different. However, a good rule of thumb is that night toilet training should begin 3 - 6 months after daytime continence is achieved. It also helps if the child is motivated to stop bed wetting. Find appropriate information here for your child's age group.
Around 3,000,000,000 pull-ups are used per year in the USA. From 5 to 10 years there will be approximately 18,000,000,000 pull-ups used. At around $1.00 each, the cost is $365.00 per year or $2,190.00 during the usual period of bedwetting.
From the age of 5, bedwetting is considered a medical condition in the UK and statistics show that only 15% of bedwetters will stop un-aided every year form this age on. This means that by the age of 9, over half of all those children who wet the bed at 5, will still be wetting the bed!
If you have questions for Karen, our Bedwetting Alarm Adviser please send a message.