My husband has PD and has started having illusions.
When he sits in the garden the bushes and plants etc look like people.
He can explain exactly how they look and they are usually dressed in Victorian clothes.
He also sees things crawling on the edge of any white surface.
Does anyone else have any experience with this?

Hi and welcome, @Amanda1969. You’ll find our forum a very friendly and supportive place for both people with Parkinson’s and their carers, friends and family. While you wait for our members to jump in on this, I thought I’d start the ball rolling.

Your husband seems to be quite analytical and accepting of his delusions. Is this so? Some people can feel quite frightened by them. We have an information page about hallucinations and delusions. While delusions can be a Parkinson’s symptom, they can also be due to medications. I’d encourage you to talk to your doctor or Parkinson’s nurse about them as soon as you can in case they think changing the dosage could help.

Best wishes,
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Thank you for your reply, I will speak to the Parkinsons team as soon as I can.
Kind regards