Advice for Boys 

Bedwetting Tips For Boys

Bedwetting tips for Boys

Boys are slightly more prone to bedwetting than girls, with boys making up 60% of cases in the younger age groups. Experts are not exactly sure why, but some studies suggest that girls tend to develop bladder control before boys. That’s why DryNites® design specific Pyjama Pants for boys.

Setting your expectations

Becoming dry at night takes a little longer to achieve for some children. Remind yourself that bedwetting is quite common, especially among boys. Even children who have mastered staying dry during the day can wet the bed at night for longer.


Feelings of worry, upset and being different from everyone else are common in boys who think they are alone with this problem. They may also want to hide the bedwetting from family members and friends. Showing your child that you understand what they're going through will help ward off feelings of guilt and reassure them that they are supported.

Provide encouragement

Night time accidents are bound to cause upset and worry. Your encouragement at this time will help to reassure your child and soothe any negative feelings. Helping them understand that it's not their fault is really important. Bedwetting is a common childhood issue for boys and a supportive parent is also key to helping children get over this hurdle. 

DryNites® Pyjama Pants for Boys

Specially designed to look just like normal underwear, DryNites® Pyjama Pants are discreet and highly absorbent, helping your child get a restful night's sleep.  They feature a thin super absorbent pad that draws wetness away from the skin, together with leak guards and a moisture proof outer cover.

What's more, they are designed to look and feel just like regular underwear and can be used discreetly, helping to boost your child’s confidence at bedtime.