"Kindermama, I really think that my DD has a sleep disorder. Before we tried this, I would wake her up every 2-3 hours during the night to get her to pee. She would have absolutely NO memory of this. Even now, during this treatment, when she gets up at night, she'll have a complete conversation with me, I assume she's fully awake, and then she'll ask me if she got up at night when she wakes in the a.m."
I consider that totally normal. Kids are deep sleepers. There have been studies done that show lots of children will sleep right through smoke alarms. They never hear them. I used to get my dd up at night to pee all the time and she never remembered it.
DD stopped wetting the bed at 3 months shy of her 7th birthday. I tried lots of things but in the end, she just stopped. And up to that point, she'd been wetting almost every night, sometimes 2-3 times/night.
Here's one thing that may have contributed, although I'm not sure. I'd been getting her up 2 and 3 times/night to pee. I finally thought, hey, maybe because she's not fully conscious, her body is getting the message that it's OK to pee at night. So, when I didn't get her up at the right time, her body would let go and wet the bed.
So I stopped getting her up at night. Cold turkey. She wet the bed for the first few nights, then there were sporadic dry nights, then she stopped wetting the bed. I will tell you honestly that I was completely astonished. I thought, given all the effort I'd put into worrying about it and trying different things with absolutely no result, that she'd be wet through until her teens (as was my nephew and his dad). Now, the timing could have been totally coincidental so I'm not saying what I did contributed at all to having her stop wetting the bed.
Just goes to show, we never know what's going to happen.
I'm not suggesting you stop what you're doing, just thought you might like to hear our story.