Hello, Bedwetting is common in school aged kids and typically resolves on its own. I do not generally prescribe medication for a non-medical issue since they can have significant cardiac side effects and they can make the child and parents think there is something "wrong with" them. As long as a urinalysis has been normal to rule out diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus, or infection, then I would employ simply no beverages after dinner unless it's very hot and your daughter is thirsty. Do encourage her to empty her bladder fully before bed of course. This will go away, most by age 10 depending on the age of the parent when s/he became completely dry. Good luck!
Thank you for your answer. My daughter does not take any liquid after 5pm - been doing this for months, but still no success. My husband and I were both dry at the age 7. I note that you say can last to age 10 - isn't that a bit extreme? My poor daughter finds it extremely embaressing, especially when friends visit. She will also be going to boarding school next year, which will make it extremely uncomfortable for her if it hasn't stopped by then.
I realize it is embarrassing. It is not a strictly medical issue which is why I do not prescribe medication for my patients. They tend to not work and they can have side effects much worse than bedwetting itself. That is just my style.