Is using medicines a good treatment for solving the bedwetting problem?

Medicines are artificial ways to eliminate the sleep and/or to reduce production of urine. When treatment has stopped, a relapse is possible since the cause has not been resolved. It is known that the percentage of children which had a relapse after using a bedwetting alarm system, is significantly lower. It certainly can happen that a doctor prescribes medication for specific reasons. This also happens in combination with a bedwetting alarm system.