My husband was diagnosed in June 2017. He was prescribed Madopar which has not improved his mobility at all. It has caused more of a problem with balance as his blood pressure is often very low. There has been a problem with vivid dreams and in early May it was so bad that he grabbed my throat in his sleep. Is this because of the Parkinson’s or the medication? He has now been told that he does not have idiopathic Parkinson’s and Madopar has been discontinued. However, a neurologist has prescribed Klonopin for the REM sleep disorder and there has been no recurrence of acting out dreams since Madopar was discontinued. Have explained to GP that I am unwilling to give this medication to my husband unless it is beneficial. I believe is very addictive. I would appreciate any input from others who have suffered similar problems.