How do I prevent my daughter from pishing thru her diaper during the night?

Dassie - posted on 12/24/2008 ( 25 moms have responded )

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How do I prevent my daughter from pishing thru her diaper during the night? I tried using bigger diapers but it still goes thru her undershirt and sleeper. Is this normal and I just have to live with doing lots of laundry?

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Yashieka - posted on 06/04/2009

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Both Huggies and Pampers have overnight diapers.... They are great, I use them even during the day when we have long rides to get somewhere.

Joanna - posted on 02/11/2009

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double diaper her. I did that with both my babies and it works. They don't notice the difference and its not overly bulky either

Tami - posted on 02/11/2009

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it happens! My son used to do this alot too, he would wake up at night and I would just put him back to sleep well I had to start changing him in the middle of the night! I did hear tho that some moms tapped a pad to the top of the diaper or doubled up with the smaller one then the bigger one over top. good luck

Melissa - posted on 02/11/2009

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What's pishing? I never have heard of that terminology. It's good though you got so many replies.

Dassie - posted on 02/11/2009

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Just wanted to update everyone that I did find that one size bigger pampers worked pretty well. What worked even better was her starting to sleep thru thenight. No more middle of the night feedings, less pishing. What a relief! Thanks

Heather - posted on 12/28/2008

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They still make rubber panties and you could try those and see if that helps. I also give my vote for pampers all styles except baby drys and I would call those baby wets LOL. I absolutely love the pampers swaddlers as they hold so much. My son is on several diuretics and so he pees alot and I have found that the swaddlers are the best at holding it all. Also the swaddlers came in in between sizes like a 1-2 or a 2-3 but I can only find the in between sizes at target and babies r us which unfortunately are higher than wal mart or krogers is on the cost of diapers.

Victoria - posted on 12/27/2008

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Pampers Baby Dry work best for us. Huggies always leak even during the day. We only have leak problems now when they get small, thats when I get the next size.

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I used to go in before i went to sleep and change it while my daughter was asleep (she wouldnt even wake up for it)

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They sell these really cool night diaper inserts. They look like big maxi pads. you just put them in their night diapers and it helps absorb more so they dont get soaked during the night. you can usually find them at any store that sells diapers. I get them at albertsons. hope this helps.

Jennifer - posted on 12/26/2008

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i put a "pad" (you know, the kind you use for your monthly...w/o wings, w/o perfume) in my daughters diapers at night, cheap and solves the problem perfect!

Linzi - posted on 12/25/2008

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pampers are the best thing money can buy when it comes to it they hold alot as my children like to drink alot an pampers are the best x x

User - posted on 12/24/2008

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When my son was doing that, we stopped giving him liquids too close to bedtime - maybe w/in an hour or so, cut back on the amount if you give a bottle at night. My son never took one, but I've heard from others that it worked for them. My son sometimes still has issues with this at night if he has anything to drink w/in an hour of going to bed. He's getting better at waking up to use the potty, and going first thing in the AM.

Paulette - posted on 12/24/2008

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We used numerous diapers from inexpensive to Pampers Cruisers and Huggies. With huggies and pampers the sizing is different we have found. We have a girl too and she was experiencing leaks too plus rashes. We thought about it and knew that when she was using pampers no leaks occured nor rashes. Their diapers breathe and our daughter is a front soiler first before it goes to the back. These diapers hold it well. Another thing we try to do is...we do give her a bottle before bed but we change her and/or check within 20 or less of putting her in bed. That way her diaper does not have to do double duty for pishing.

Chantel - posted on 12/24/2008

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I use huggies and have never had a problem. I don't like pampers. I tried them but they don't seem to absorb as well. I have heard that luvs are good but you can't get them in Canada anymore I don't think so I've never tried them.

Barb - posted on 12/24/2008

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I tried Pampers a couple of times but always went back to Huggies for absorbancy. They have my vote

Vashta - posted on 12/24/2008

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Huggies have been the best diaper I have found yet! Luvs are my next diaper of choice.... They actually can keep up with huggies pretty well.... Pampers are ok... But I dont really care for them..... So I mean over all 1st choice I would say Huggies or Luvs!

Debbie - posted on 12/24/2008

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I had the same problem with my son, try Huggies overnight diapers. They are made to hold higher amounts of fluid. You may have to shop around only certain stores carry them. My son is almost 2 and he still wears them to bed. We haven't had a wet pajamas in the morning since. Good luck.

Julie - posted on 12/24/2008

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My son does best with Pampers Cruisers because even during the night he rolls around into every different position.

Katrina - posted on 12/24/2008

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they sell diaper doublers, they are only about $3.00 for a pack of 30 (I have only seen them at Babie R us and Publix (a local super market) they look kind of like a maxi pad, and are meant to go in the diaper for extra absorption- my cousin's baby has the same problem, and this is just about the only way they have been able to keep things dry!!! good luck momma!!!

Elizabeth - posted on 12/24/2008

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I find that Luvs works fine. I agree with the moms who said to make sure it is a tight fitting diaper. I have also limited how much my kids have to drink before bed but only after they stopped breast feeding (or bottle feeding). When they are eating only solid foods you can limit the amount of water or juice they have after 5pm. But, when they are still on breast/bottles they need that feeding before bed to stay asleep all night. Then I would rather change sheets in the morning than get up to feed at night. And, YES, it is normal. All of my kids have done that at some time or another. Good luck!

Safia - posted on 12/24/2008

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I agree with Heather, Pampers worked best for me. I thought i had that problem because I have a boy! I guess same works for girls:)

I also realized that I would put on the diaper extremely loose. But yeah when he is between diapers, the same thing happens, old diapers too small, new ones too big hahah.

User - posted on 12/24/2008

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They have overnight diapers by huggies that work well for us. they have sizes I believe 3-6.

Jennifer - posted on 12/24/2008

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or you could just try not giving her so much to drink before bed time. i tried all sorts of diapers and i just use the walmart brand parents choice worked best for my two boys.

Heather - posted on 12/24/2008

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I find pampers are the best diapers for that... you may want to check the size i find that when they get closer to the upper weight the less they can hold.

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