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If a bedwetting alarm doesn't help or isn't suitable, treatment with medicines is usually recommended.

Your doctor may suggest a medicine called desmopressin. This helps reduce the amount of wee produced by the kidneys. It's taken just before your child goes to bed.

Help and information about using desmopressin and other medications: 

When to see a specialist? 

If desmopressin or a bedwetting alarm (or a combination of both) doesn't help, your child may be referred to a specialist, who may recommend other medicines.