Thank you for your reply. :) I know of three others who have Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia & Parkinson's disease. I am a committee member of the Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia Support Group UK. I have met another member of the support group in person at the HSP AGM in June this year. He agree's with me that it's a bit of a bombshell having both, as I am guessing, if we only had HSP, we might very well be more mobile... Saying that, there is a complex version of HSP, which apparently, I have. Along with the other three.
For restless legs at night I take amitriptyline along with baclofen, two hours before bed, to control the restless legs and nerve pains/cramps etc. Along with the daily doses of Sinemet. I have recently upped my dosage, as the symptoms are coming back. I was on one tab, three times a day. Now two tabs three times a day. I suffer badly with sickness after the midday dosage and usually throw up about an hour after taking it. I have to take anti sickness tab with it to stop it. I am told it will get better. I hope so, because the symptoms are controlled. Digestive system, speech, swallowing/choking, shaking and weakness etc.
I'd be interested in how others cope with it.
Thanks again and have a great weekend. :)