Desmopressin NASAL SPRAYS (DDAVP, Stimate, etc) are no longer approved for bedwetting

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Desmopressin NASAL SPRAYS (DDAVP, Stimate, etc) are no longer approved for bedwetting...due to reports of serious hyponatremia (low blood sodium levels).

Desmopressin works so potently to decrease urine production that it can sometimes lead to water intoxication and low sodium.

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