Overnight Diaper Help!

Sarah - posted on 04/26/2010 ( 14 moms have responded )

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I am so blessed, my 18 week daughter sleeps through the night. Usually from 7:30 or 8 until 5:30 or 6. However, she pees through her diaper EVERY night. I just started using Pampers 12hr in her size and she still soaked through it. Any advice? My husband and I are REALLY ready for her to transition from her bassinet in our room into her crib in her room but I would really like to solve this problem first.

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Tiziana - posted on 05/28/2010

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I was having the same issue with my son and I bought Overnite Huggies, he wears a size 2 almost ready for a 3 during the day, but I could not find the overnites in a size 3 so I bought a size 4 and they work wonderfully, no more leaks yeahhhh.

Rachel - posted on 05/12/2010

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I had the same problem so went up a size for the evening, also i purchased a waterproof outer nappy from mother care which he wears on a night time so it does not leak.

Ehrin - posted on 05/11/2010

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My daughter started sleeping through the night when she was almost 2 months old. My husband and I we're using pampers as well, but we ran into the same problem. So we'd use the pampers by day and found a thicker diaper and used it by night. Then once we ran out of the pampers we completely switched to the other brand and went up a size and it completely helped.

Melissa - posted on 05/10/2010

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Going up a size would probably help, and like Krystal said, the Pampers with Dry Max really does work very well. They showed me a demonstration in the store where they put it in the blue liquid, and it started off looking like a napkin, and ended up looking like a puffy blue pillow! I use them with my son, and they have never leaked. He sleeps from about 8-ish until around 6am.

Tamara - posted on 05/01/2010

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Try one size up from what she wears during the day. A bigger diaper is more absorbant and it will most likely solve your problem

Anna - posted on 04/30/2010

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Our little girl is almost 5 months and sleeps about the same schedule - thankfully! I change her diaper right before my husband and I go to bed, usually around 10pm and we either use luvs or kirkland brand and she makes it through the night. I find it better then trying to do it early in the morning and then I don't have to get up that early either and risk her not going back to sleep. Good luck!

Louise - posted on 04/29/2010

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I used a polar fleece nappy outer over my older son's Huggies nappy at night as he was a heavy wetter. It worked really well we had no spills after that .

Tonya - posted on 04/28/2010

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i would recomend going up a size as well just make sure the sides are nice and secure. I have had my son do this a few times but i don't think it had to do with the type of diaper rather the size and how it was put on. He sleeps threw the night and my bf and i joke everymorning when we change him saying he has a pound of pee in his diaper. the times he peed threw it went all up his side and it was horriable but i just went up a size diaper and even though it was a little big it made the sides of the diaper fit better so there was no leaking

Mary - posted on 04/27/2010

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i use pampers baby dry or luvs. theyre pretty much the same thing.
have you tried going up a size at night?

Erlinda - posted on 04/27/2010

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Huggies supream work really well for us. I also move up a size if my son pees though while sleeping. That always takes care of that problem. Good luck.

Nicole - posted on 04/26/2010

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My daughter wears size 2 during the day bit I put her in a size 3 at night, that seems to help her sleep a little longer.

Krystal - posted on 04/26/2010

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Try the pampers with dry max they work really well. Or try waking her up around 4 or so and changing her then putting her back down.

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