Hi and thanks for the reply Kate & once again Billy
I am wary of something new which is why i wanted opinions and if i want too withdraw from it too then i could?, I wouldn't want too be stuck with something as you say that makes no noticeable difference to fix the problem or potential side effects from it.
I Take an overnight Madopar Cr to see me through the night and a amitriptyline too stop nerve ending firing so i dont wake up due to pain, I have played with the timing of these to get this right so I do have a comfy nights sleep apart from that is the vivid violent dreams, I may still have these dreams perhaps her thinking is solely to stop me biting my tongue??.
she suggested the smallest dose to ring the changes, I couldn't find any interaction written anywhere between madopar & clonazepam but i did find a small % with amitriptyline, Personally i'd rather keep the amitriptyline than the clonazepam if it came down too it.
I have also bit my tongue during the day, a speech therapist told me its because of PD the tongue or jaws doesn't always know the correct place to be or interaction tween the two and the tongue may be on one side, the same might be said for biting cheeks or biting down on teeth, causeing damage to teeth and fillings?.