• TryingDad TryingDad
    May 13, 2010
    Teen Daughter has "wetting" problems
    TryingDad TryingDad
    May 13, 2010

    Daughter has "wetting" problems, I've asked around but due to an allergy to whatever is in Pullups and Goodnites, I am falling short of being able to provide her with something that can address the issue, while still reflecting her youth. I've looked into depends and other "Adult Diapers" but since she is young I was wondering if there is anything a little less plain. Where could I find something like that or training panties in Teen Girl sizes?

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  • pizzapizza92 May 17, 2010
    pizzapizza92
    May 17, 2010

    You could try cloth diapers or cloth diapers with some plastic pants. They sell many plastic pants with some neat designs on them. IDK, that would be my solution to the problem of disposables.

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  • AGC
    AGC
    May 20, 2010
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    AGC
    May 20, 2010

    I agree.  Cloth diapers might be the way to go.  As to where to get them try the sites below:

    www.bedwettingstore.com

    www.northshorecare.com

    www.adultclothdiaper.com

    I would recommend trying the www.bedwettingstore.com first.  They offer alot of different solutions for bedwetting.  They have sizes ranging from baby through adult.  You might find what your looking for there.

     As for the other two I would recommend www.northshorecare.com second.  They have mainly disposables but they do have a few cloth alternatives. They also have all the sizes imaginable ranging from baby through adult and geriatrics, andd about the same for adultclothdiaper.com

    hope this helps.

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