Soaking at night even with pull ups?

(7 Posts)
Kt1991 Sat 09-Nov-13 14:32:16

My DS is dry during the day, but haven’t quite got night time sorted. Just recently he has been waking up soaking wet through his pull ups, onto pjs and then all over the bed sheets. There’s been the odd times when he’s had sips of water or juice just before bed, if he’s been really thirsty, but I always make sure he’s had a wee before bed, so can’t understand how much he has wee’d and for it to go through the pull ups! They are huggies night time ones, can anyone recommend another brand at all? I have only seen those, and then a cheaper make in our Tescos though.

NoAddedSuga Sat 09-Nov-13 14:34:08

Pull ups are not designed to hold alot of wee. If hes not going to the toilet during the night then nappies are best

robertarobbit Sat 09-Nov-13 14:35:15

Watching this as I have exactly same problem with dd, we use Asda own brand pull ups. She has been dry in day for a good 6 months, but can also wake up wet through in the morning.

CJones1982 Sat 09-Nov-13 20:05:59

Tesco loves baby easy up pants are amazing! Not one wet night since using for last six months or so!

Alanna88 Tue 19-Nov-13 22:17:11

You could always try a normal nappy, I use asda little angles 6+ or tesco size 6 on my 5 year old, they are much bigger than pampers and fit well, with no leaks. It is however a nappy and have to lie him down to put it on and it does stick out and bulge. If you don't like the idea of a nappy I can recomend drynites pj pants, my elder two ware them (age 11 and 8), they absorb as much as a nappy but are pulled up, they are very slim and look as much like pants as a nappy possibly can. They do cost a lot though. Hope this is of some help.

newmumof2at42 Tue 19-Nov-13 22:56:06

Have u tried lifting him bout 11pm. when sleeping he should do pee. It really worked for ds. Never or very little problem wit that. Keep lifting him for 1 week, should work.

gimcrack Tue 26-Nov-13 19:07:14

My eldest went through this phase. Take him for a quick wee when you go to bed - you can also check his nappy at the same time.

Don't worry, it will pass.

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