My 11 year old daughter has some toilet troubles. She has been tested for multiple things, like bladder problems extra, but they were all clear. I think there is a chance she might of forgotten a bit of potty training. We taught her very well, but she has trouble getting to the toilet on time and has accidents every day. This is a new thing, a few months ago it started. She isn't doing this on purpose! We have put her in some sanitary towels sometimes, but those don't really work for messes and a lot of wetness. I am thinking about some pull ups maybe, but she really hates the idea of wearing nappies. She wets and occasionally messes the bed, so we do make her wear goodnites to bed, so there isn't any messy bed covers in the morning. She doesn't like wearing them though. She does find them comfy, but has said that she doesn't want to go to a sleepover for example and need to wear them to bed and an adult to change her in the morning. Well, she can change her goodnites herself, but it's easier if I clean her up a bit. Of course there won't be any sleepovers anytime soon due to the virus. I don't know what to do, is nappies a good idea? If I get nappies for her, should she change them herself? Or should I maybe. do it and get a changing table? Silly, really. She isn't a baby. Thank you!