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2-hour timer?

7 years 6 months ago #37967 by GKLINE
I have a Casio watch (cheap) that has an alarm on it. I checked and it can beep every hour if you want.
But immediatly post surgery, and for a few weeks, he will have a cathater in place. You just need to remember to empty it. This is a pain compared to the leaking to follow when the cathater is out.

Just remember to keep a sense of humor about all of this!

George

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7 years 6 months ago #37958 by Lynda
Denise - I have an indiana pouch and I had lots of problems with timing. Mow I have a watch that has a timer to set for whatever interval you want. It's called a Vibralite3,it will vibrate and sound alarm as you need it. got mine off the internet - works great! I have no problems with timing now and even use it at night and don't wake my husband. Lynda

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7 years 6 months ago #37957 by johnanddenise
Thank you, Alan.

- Denise

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7 years 6 months ago #37950 by Alan
If you happen to have an I phone or possibly one of the other style/models many will have multiple times as an alarm.

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7 years 6 months ago #37949 by johnanddenise
Hi. So I am trying to get our house in order so we are prepared post surgery. From the various threads I take it that emptying the neobladder every 2 hours is required. I hope this question doesn't seem silly, but does anyone know where I can get a 2-hour timer? We are sort of 20th century people, so I am thinking something that is like a kitchen timer (or is a kitchen timer) that just buzzes/rings at you and can easily and quickly be reset would be best.

As always, thank you.

- Denise

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