My father, 86, has stage 5 PD, is on hospice care, and adamantly wants to see a urologist for what he describes as "pee in his legs". He also has some dementia but it seems to be pretty well controlled with morning and evening seroquel. Has anyone's LO described this symptom before? If pressed he will say that it is extreme pressure that starts low in his legs then eventually travels up to his belly and finally chest until he can relieve it by urinating, which is difficult for him to do. The hospice physician has no explanation since there is no detectable swelling involved in his legs or anywhere else. He wants to try and work out a better routine for constipation in the hopes that will help. My Dad keeps asking what I'm going to do about his legs. I'm at my wits end with this issue. Do I need to take him to see a urologist? Any advice?