Comments about Chummie Bedwetting Treatment System, Pink, 1 ea:
I was extremely frustrated when my daughter was wetting. Every morning I had to deal with laundry and its hard when you have to go to work early. She started getting depressed and my husband found a book that recommended using a bedwetting alarm and medication in combination to tackle this problem. We don't give meds to 6 year old's so we decided to give this product a try. The alarm does its job, and must I say very well. However, I realized over course of the time that she used it that is very important to correctly use the product and motivate children. The product came with a cute calendar and certificate. She colored the calender in the mornings and I told her "You can color more if you are a good girl and don't wet at night". It worked.. She wanted to get dry and I was very happy to see the progress shes made. In all, she took about 9 weeks to stop wetting the bed. The product has positively impacted us and shes completely outgrown the problem she had.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Fasten the alarm unit to the outside neckline or around arm with optional armband accessory (sold separately). Attach the sensor to the outside of the child's undergarment. Ensure that the sensor front (black face) touches the undergarment. Secure the sensor by taping the sensor back (white face). Optionally, slide the sensor between two pairs of undergarments with the sensor front facing the child. Run the sensor cord underneath the shirt.
How it works:
As urination begins, the mat detects the first drop of urine and sends a signal to the alarm, which then goes off to wake the child.
By waking the child the moment urination starts Chummie teaches the child's brain a connection between the bladder's full signal and waking.
Now awake, the child goes to the bathroom to finish urinating.
Over time, the child begins to wake sooner, until they finally begin to 'beat the alarm' - waking up on their own before they wet the bed!