I was never too concerned with my boy's bedwetting, I just kept putting him in pull-ups at night, and figured it would eventually take care of itself. But when he was going on six years old, he got to the sleep-over age and started to be concerned about being teased. Also, the pullups couldn't keep up with him anymore, so that the sheets often got wet. The pullups were soaked by morning at least nine times out of ten at this point. My sister recommended using a bedwetting alarm, because it had worked very quickly and completely for her boy, eight years old at the time. The first night we used the alarm, I let my boy sleep in my bed with me, so that I would be able to wake him immediately and shoo him to the bathroom when the alarm went off. Boy did the alarm work! When it went off (beeping and vibrating), he SHOT up and stood next to the bed. I sent him to the bathroom. Within about two weeks he was dry (the alarm only went off a few times during that time) and hasn't wet the bed since (it's been a year). The alarm consists of a sensor that gets clipped to the area of the underpants that will get wet first, and a sound/vibration box that is attached by a cord and gets clipped to the pyjamas somewhere comfortable. When the sensor gets wet, the alarm goes off, and cannot be turned off until the clip with the sensor is opened up. I put pullups over the underwear and the sensor, so that there would not be any sheets to change, and that worked out well. Pays for itself quickly, when you consider the savings in pull-ups and laundry. And it is so much better not to use medication, whenever possible. I am so glad I used this, and spared me and my boy lots of stress and heartache, by solving the problem so quickly and easily! Be sure to wait until your child is physically ready to be dry - I wouldn't use this on a two-year-old. These things come in wireless too.