I am 77 years old and was told 5 years ago that I had Parkinson and with the information that I gave my Dr., I probley had it for 6-7 years before finding out I had Parkinson's. I have had the burning in my feet for all those years, have had surgery to remove the neuron off the nerves in my feet, which by the way, did not work. I wake up at night with my feet on fire and the only thing that will stop it is a pain pill. My Dr. gives me 100 mg. of Lyrica in the morning and 200 mg. at night. I can not take anymore Lyrica and I can not take "inceds" so the pain pill route is my only choice. I don't advocate pain pills and will not take them until the pain in my feet gets at its worse. Dr.'s & Nurses ask me why I don't take them, my response to them "they make me sleepy, dizzy and half sick to my stomach". I find that my feet bother me more when I am relaxed, during the day I keep busy and the pain isn't so bad, but the minute I sit down or lay down, my feet feet start to burn.