Our expert says:
Tofranil, though also one of the earliest available antidepressants, is quite popular in some quarters for treating bedwetting. NObody seems to consider there to be any significant dangers in using the drug in a young child, and its not usually needed long-term. As an antidepressant, it had the problem that ocasionally it made it hard for old men to pass urine, an effect that's very handy in helping a bedwetter to re-train their bladder to be less sensitive.
As for an impact on concentration, it could help if she was somewhat depressed, or more likely, as it would have some tranquillizing effects, too, it could help if she was somewhat stressed before
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