good start, b/c the more info you know the better you'll feel, even if some of it is worse than expected. between now and your next appt. make a list of all questions you have (ie: what area of my brain do these occur?). start with the most important, down to things that you don't 'need' to know that day, as that ensures the ones that are bothering you get answered, and if they gotta jet to the next patient, whatever's left can be asked at your next appt.Thank you
As I learn more about epilepsy & seizures, I feel like I need more information. I have no idea what area of the brain my seizures occur, & I don't recall any of that ever being something my doc talked about with me. It's also entirely possible I don't remember it, too. At the time, I was reeling from the information that the EEG had been positive for seizure activity.
I know different things can trigger seizures for different people, so maybe stress & little sleep & not eating enough are my triggers?
I think the biggest question I want an answer to is: is it possible to be/remain seizure free without meds?