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Question about girls Drynites?

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Beckypower32 Sun 05-Mar-17 18:51:06

Hi, Long story short my 10 year old DD has started soiling the bed which is connected to a short term medical condition, she is receiving treatment and we are just waiting on appointments. We have had a little chat and we have decided that she will be best using a nappy at night until we get sorted (saves on washing and it a little more hygienic. We have had a little look around the shops today and she liked the Drynites pants the best as they are for her age group and go all the way up to 15 years, she likes the girly designs on them. My only concern is that these are bed wetting pants and do not mention anything about being able to contain a bowel movement.

Has anyone used Girls Drynites for soiling or can you confirm that they will hold up ok and contain her accidents? smile Many Thanks. smile Becky x

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JustAnotherSilentOldNumber Sun 05-Mar-17 22:05:00

They can and do work for soiling. The NHS sometimes give them to older children who are entitled to free pads.

clarethompson2 Fri 07-Apr-17 19:40:32

my 14-year-old daughter often soils at night. The 8-15 ones DO NOT HOLD we tried them once when she grew out of the large nappies and they failed, bed was covered in it. if I where you I would look at small adult diapers as their meant for containing that. my daughter uses 'TENA Slip Super Small' they work really well and contain leaks as well.

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