Hi folks, I'm willason, I'm new here as of 10/9/18, and this is my first post. I'm a male in my 50s. I joined to have a sounding board of other Parkinson's patients as I deal with managing my own PD, which was diagnosed in June of 2016. I really don't have anyone that I can talk to about these issues. My hope is to develop a mutually beneficial relationship with anyone I may meet on here. My PD symptoms are manifested by toe-curling (both feet) that can be very extreme...and which often then leads to these terrible cramps in my right hip area, and the cramps can be very painful and long-lasting. My Doctor has me on Sinemet 25/100 mg 2 pills 5 times a day. My Doctor now wants me to add Lexapro 5 mg pill once a day to my regimen. I'm nervous about Lexapro, but my Doctor feels it may help me. Anyone out there have any experience with Lexapro for PD? Can Lexapro help with minimizing the onset of PD events like toe-curling and cramps? Sinemet works great, but my Doctor feels Lexapro could help too.