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The Wet-Stop3 from PottyMD

Bedwetting alarm for children who wet the bed

End Bedwetting quickly and easily by
using the #1 bedwetting alarm

The PottyMD Wet-Stop3 enuresis alarm teaches nighttime dryness with an alarm attached to the pajamas near the ear and a moisture sensor held onto ordinary underwear. Over 275,000 Wet-Stops sold since 1979. Let us help your child too!

Wet-Stop3 is convenient as well as effective. The Wet-Stop3 reacts immediately to the first few drops of moisture, teaching the child to stop the flow of urine before the bed becomes wet. During this learning process, dry underpants will be needed but the family will be spared the bother of remaking the entire bed. In less than six months, many children will no longer require use of the Wet-Stop3.

  • Requires 2 AAA batteries
  • New magnetic attachment eliminates sewing
  • Instant clip-on detachable urine sensor
  • One-year warranty against manufacturer's defects
  • 5 variable alarm sounds
  • Alarms and/or vibrates
  • Flashing LED Button
  • Kit Contains:
  • Alarm & Sensor
  • Instructions for use
  • Calendar, Stickers
  • The Complete Bedwetting Book on CD in English and Spanish
  • Wet-Stop3 Guarantee! If the alarm or sensor fails within a year of purchase due to a manufacturer's defect, it may be returned to PottyMD for a replacement. Call Customer Support at 877-PottyMD for more information.

    Healthcare Common Procedure Code for insurance reimbursement: HCPC #S8270

    Alarm Systems Work!

    Alarm systems are the most effective method for achieving nighttime dryness. A study at the Mayo Clinic comparing alarms, imipramine, and a nasal antidiuretic hormone demonstrated the clear superiority of alarm systems. A final tally of 261 children followed for one year showed the cure rate illustrated below:

    Cure Rate
    for 12 months

    *Alarms used during the test included the Wet-Stop and the Sears Wee Alert

    Reference: J.A. Monda & D.A. Husman, Journal of Urology,
    Volume 154, August 1995

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