My 91 year old father lives with me now due to severe dementia. I have tried all kinds of things to keep his bed dry but every morning I must strip everything and wash it. He has a hospital bed and I use multiple washable and disposable pads. When I’ve tried to wear a diaper on him he takes it off in the night and I find it thrown on the floor, if he leaves it on it’s so full it’s overflowed. He is unable to get up alone and go to the bathroom or a commode since he would be getting up 20 times in a night and his strength and balance are very poor. It’s an unnatural feeling for him to simply let it go in a diaper so I got him a urinal with a bag attached like a cath bag. It’s about a quart full each morning but the bed is also sopping wet. The doctor’s only advice was to restrict liquids but that has not helped and he does not understand why he’s not allowed to have water when he wants it. Seems cruel, especially in warm weather. He is unable to learn new skills or remember to even look at a note I’ve written. He has no idea what’s causing it but I suspect he wets while he’s asleep part of the time and uses the urinal part of the time. Anyone had a problem like this?