I have regular night accidents that can leak as I usually sleep on my side, is the only way to avoid this by sleeping on your back?
What type of product are you wearing during the night?
Plastic pants alongside a protective product can help contain leaks, however these might not be the most comfortable to sleep in depending on how you adjust to them. Have you tried these before?
I would also recommend finding a cloth diaper, which are often used by people who are side sleepers.
Using a bed pad is also ideal to protect your bed from leakages.
You can try and learn to sleep on your back, however if this seems difficult or un-natural, changing products would be the way forward.
Thank you, I am using a maxi pull up pant right now. Will have a think about your comments and see if they might work for me. Thanks again
No problem Mark, I hope you find a successful product.
Don’t hesitate to ask if you need any more help.
Hi, I sleep partly on my side and front which, if the right protection isn`t worn, can lead to leaks. I have used I.D. Expert slips for years now, in conjunction with a pair of close-fitting cotton briefs over the top. Then I wear plastic pants to cover all of this – never lets me down. I cannot remember there ever being a wet bed since I used this arrangement.
Thank you for the comment about wearing an ID expert slip. I do sometimes manage to wake up and rush to the toilet in time, but I suspect the time taking off a slip will be the difference between peeing in the toilet or myself. I have not used a slip before, are they quick/easy to take off and put on again?