Caring for my DH with Parkinson's. Had an appointment with neurologist today. Back in March she prescribed one month of PT and a new med, a patch called Neupro which is indicated for restless leg syndrome, and is a Levidopa agonist, thus prolonging its effect. He improved markedly with both changes. I/we both told her that the new meds and continued exercise routine at home were working well, and even she noticed an improvement in his gait and posture...HOWEVER, she still wanted to prescribe more meds for him! Has anyone ever used a nasal spray form of Levidopa? What has been your experience, good, bad or indifferent? I think she must be getting kickbacks from pharma reps. Every time we go, she offers a new med or an increase in what he's taking, even though he seems to be stable on the current dosage. Changing doctors is so stressful to him (AND ME!) I am reluctant to do it. At least she no longer insists that he go on the new or increased meds, leaves it to us to decide. Just venting because these meds are not cheap! In the donut hole after only five months. Anybody else have this problem?