are you on any medication?
I get that heart thing at night sometimes. In my case it seems to have something to with the stomach - it tends to be worse after spicy food or caffeine. Tell your doctor about the heart rate problem. I ended up with atrial fibrulation. beta blockers helped with that.
you tend to only get worse with pd. unlike Multiple Sclerosis which has remissions.
over-reaction to loud noises is quite common..
Its good your neuro is doing tests - at least he is still looking for a diagnosis - have you had a datscan?
I feel terribly sorry for how you are feeling. To me it doesn't sound like parkinson's. Obviously thats not a diagnosis, but it doesn't fit with what I've experienced or what I believe most people feel.
please keep us up to date with how things progress.
I too am so sorry for the way you are feeling. It is of course very important that they find what is affecting you a.s.a.p., so they can help you with the right medication.
I can only hope that things get resolved soon for you . All the very best and try to stay positive meanwhile . Keep us posted.
Without knowing the results of MRI scans, its not really possible to give a correct answer, but I have endured virtually all the symptoms you mention from late 98 through to 2009 , my Nurse Specialist had been trying different medication but she was of the opinion that my body had adjusted and simply coped better with the level of PD affecting me at that time, with help from Madopar and Tolcapone,but if it is PD you will
be given the appropriate medicine, fear not, you will feel better, it may take a while but you will overcome this.
Best Wishes Fed