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We are thrilled to have supported ALTURiX with DreamDry®. Throughout the design process, we have assisted by proposing suggestions on the appearance and content of the app.

We provided much of the information for the frequently asked questions. Therefore we are delighted that there are links to Bladder & Bowel UK’s children and families information library and to our website.

Bedwetting, sometimes called nocturnal enuresis, or simply enuresis, affects approximately 20% of 5-year-olds and 10% of 7-year-olds. It is considered to be a medical problem once children have passed their fifth birthday.

It used to be thought that children would grow out of the problem. However, without treatment many children will continue to wet the bed into late childhood, or their teens. It can sometimes last into adulthood which demonstrates the importance of effective treatment and management.

This app has reliable information that may be helpful when tackling bedwetting – but also allows parents, guardians, and caregivers to quickly log the child’s wet and dry nights.

Additionally, DreamDry® facilitates record keeping and enables the healthcare professional to see a record of how well the child is managing to adhere to treatment and its effects.

The digital platform means the family do not have to keep track of bits of paper and will have the information safely stored on their device when they speak to the healthcare professional.

There is also a function which allows the user to export the information to CSV or PDF.

DreamDry® was funded by ALTURiX, and developed with support from Bladder & Bowel UK, and ERIC, The Children’s Bowel & Bladder Charity and is a free App published on the Apple App Store, and Google Play.



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