Yes, many methods exist to treat enuresis. Each one has its advantages and disadvantages.
However, in our opinion, the enuresis alarm remains the surest and most effective solution to bedwetting because in addition to conditioning your child to wake up, it also naturally strengthens the sphincter.
It’s only disadvantage is that it requires an effort on the part of the child and the involvement of the parents. However, if you are willing commit, the enuresis alarm is the first bedwetting solution you should try.
Medication (desmopressin) can get good results.
It has of course the advantage of being easier to manage, but also the disadvantage of having to limit the child’s fluid intake, more frequent relapses and also the possibility of side effects. Consult your doctor for more details.
Previously, this method was used only on special outings, for example, when sleeping outside or camping.
There is also homeopathy, acupuncture, chiropractic, hypnotism and many others.
At the end of the day some people will prefer medication and others the natural method, it’s really a matter of personal choice.
Note however, that the alarm is a method specifically developed for the treatment of enuresis and is considered by many physicians and other health professionals, including the Canadian Paediatric Society, as first-line treatment, before all other methods.
Desmopressin on Wikipedia
(Subject: Bedwetting Solutions – Canada)