Best Bedwetting Underwear

Updated February 2019
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Bedwetting underwear is a form of a diaper designed to be pulled on and off like underwear. These diapers for night are designed for older children or adults who sometimes have nighttime accidents. They can be a real sanity saver for both parent or caregiver, who will not have to keep changing sheets. They can also give confidence to the user who doesn't want to wake up wet. For children, this underwear is typically gender-specific in design, made with absorbant material in the places which are anatomically more likely to catch the wetness. For adults, most brands are not made gender-specific. An advantage of these types of underwear for young children is that they come in sizes that a child who has outgrown diapers can wear. They also are absorbant and will be less likely to wake your child, unlike the daytime pull-ups, which are actually designed to let a child feel the wet during the potty training process.

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