My husband has a terrible time remaining in bed @night. He may sleep about 2-3 hrs but then he becomes uncomfortable and ends up spending the rest of the nite in a recliner. I feel like we are the 3 Bears for we have tried a couple of beds with no luck. Also his ft on the rt side he insists they be covered only to the ankle. (Rt side is where tremors occur) The bottom of this same ft around the big toe seems to pain him until I massage it. Any suggestions He is taking Sinimet 4 x a dayView Thread
Thanks Dr. for the suggestion. Respect ur advise for my son is a Duke grad and know reputation of med cntr. He no longer has the vivid dreams since mirapex was eliminated (not sure that was the cause) and we have upped the PD meds to every 3 hrs in the last 3 wks but sleep and the foot still continue to bother him at nite.View Thread
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