I have tried two nappies, which still lead to wet bedding as the wet is out the top, and have just bought some DriNites however they are they are too big. I am not sure where all the liquid comes from!
This must be VERY frustrating! Children’s overnight urine output can be quite variable – parents of children who seem to pass a lot of urine overnight sometimes find it easier to change their child’s nappy just before they retire for the evening. Check that his nappy is fitting correctly as improper fit can contribute to leakage. From personal experience I found Huggies to be the most absorbent on the market and while I did experience the occasional leakage this was usually a good indicator that my children were ready to progress to the next size. I also found that I needed to upgrade before they reached the upper weight limit listed on the pack. With little boys, you also need to make sure that his penis is in a downward direction, as this can result in urine ‘shooting’ out the top. You could also look at putting a plastic overpant over the top of his nappy to try and prevent urine escaping.You can try and reduce his urine output by limiting the amount of sugar, dairy- or citrus-based drinks he has as these are known to stimulate the kidneys. If he continues to wet through his nappies I would certainly recommend you consult with your GP, just to rule out any possible medical cause.