An alarm watch is useful for anyone with bladder issues, or a Mitrofanoff. Most brands have multiple settings, you can set the alarm to go off at various times throughout the day, this will then prompt you to make your way to a toilet.
When having bladder surgery, the nerves can be affected and you may not have the signals going to the brain which tell you to drain the bladder. People who have neobladders do not know when they need to empty their bladder however some people may get a bloated feeling or a sense of fullness.
An alarm watch is particularly useful for children, especially during school and activities.
These watches are discreet and come in a range of colours. They can also be used for personal, drink and medication reminders. The watch vibrates for approximately 5 seconds, then automatically resets to count again.