Originally Posted by Nakamova
Make sure to keep a journal over the next two months, so you can show the docs precisely how often the seizures are occurring.
I do this, but I sort of keep a diary too.
I have a pocket calander and I keep track of things that we do or things that have happened.
For example if we went somewhere - the movies, a concert, a picnic, out to eat, shopping, if something happened that upset me (when we had a pet die or if a family member was put in the hospital), things like that. This way I can see if there was something that could have triggered the seizure.
I write down how long the seizure lasted and what I did during it - shook, talked wierd, blanked out, drooled or what ever.
This helps my neurologist out alot so he can understand better what's going on.