Question: Do people use Pampers cruisers size 7 for bedwetting?
Answer: Pampers cruisers size 7 have been on the market for a couple of years, but they have become harder and harder to find at the major grocery and department stores. One can only assume this is a result of not being popular, and thus not selling very well.
Using a diaper purely for bedwetting is a controversial issue. Pampers size 7 were designed to fit larger younger children and were never intended to be a mass-marketed product for older bedwetting children or teens. Even though older children and school age children may fit into baby diapers, does not mean they can or should be used for the treatment of bedwetting.
Wearing diapers past the toddler years is generally not advised unless there are circumstances that warrant it. These include extreme bowel / urinary incontinence, special needs, and other developmental delays where the child has little or no bladder control. Older kids wearing diapers for bedwetting can feel extremely embarrassed, especially if their other siblings or friends find out.
Instead of a baby diaper, if your older child cannot use disposable underpants such as Goodnites or UnderJams, or a reusable product, there are several youth size diapers available via online stores and mail order that are much better suited towards using with an older child. These diapers have multiple adhesive tapes, and do not have the childish or baby designs on them, helping a child to feel like they are not a baby, but just have to wear a diaper for older children.
So while Pampers cruisers size 7 may fit older children up to even age 12-13, it is highly advised you try either disposable underpants, or youth size diapers rather than continue using a product made for very young children. Your child will thank you for it.