Hello and thank you for popping in. I have posted threads in this forum with regard to my sister in law,so if you have read them you will get an idea about her. Anyway, the fact is whenever we visit her she always has something new to add to her problems. She is happy and content in the NH, so it is nothing to do with that. Last week we had the non stop getting up and going to the toilet(over 20 times in two hours), thats stopped now thanks to a pill the doctor prescribed to help her to go in the morning. Now, its a case of she keeps constantly getting up and walking round, with or without visitors there. This may not seem a problem but it is, because she is going to hurt her legs, so the doctor said, plus with the constant getting up she had a fall this morning because she is getting more giddy on her feet. I know the doctor will be called out again in the morning, probably more pills on top of what she already takes. Please, has anyone had the same problem with a loved one of theirs with a dementia. Any information on this would be most welcome. Ps: She was dianosed with Vascular Dementia last summer, but the symtons she shows has been noted to be more like Parkinsons????