For about 3 months I have experienced progressive leg neuropathy symptoms. I can barely feel my toes and it is bilateral. The numbness and tingling is sometimes mild and sometimes bad so bad it impairs my walking. Walking does not seem to help. Loosening footwear and elevating my legs helps. Massage helps. The masseuse suggested it may be secondary to Parkinson's tightening my muscles, reducing blood flow to my legs. She suggested rubbing Vicks on my legs to help relax the muscles and taking acetaminophen. The blood lab to evaluate for b12 deficiency found no abnormality. When I dose with my usual for PD (40mg EGCG, 250 mg C, salmon oil, 200 mg MP) it usually will get a little worse before it levels off as the MP kicks in. It all started during the awful health decline my wife went through before her MS finally took her life this past month, October 30. I hate MS and I have been distraught over the loss of the love of my life. My primary has me on Lisinopril to manage my b/p, which was never a health issue until this grieving. The medication was just started last week and is effective for my b/p but has not improved the apparent neuropathy. I wonder whether something like this has occurred to any of you and did you discover a fix?