My husband has these episodes. They do not happen often, but when I hear him or feel him thrashing, I carefully pay attention to the thrashing so I don't get hit.
My husband has had this symptom for awhile now. We have place a large pillow between us on our bed so that if I hear him or feel him moving around I can protect myself. It does not happen very often, but it is there. That was one of the first questions our neurologist asked me when we were looking for a diagnosis.
Some nights my wife says I am terrible but other nights I have no problems wonders me if something else is also to blame like off my routine or just over tired?
Actually, my husband says I let out blood-curdling yells that send out kitties scurryi
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