:agree:with Nakamova, a seizure diary is a really good way to track your seizures & is very handy to take to neurologist appts. With a seizure diary you don't just have to write down the seizures you take but it can also be good to write down any triggers you may notice eg - certain foods, not enough sleep, stress.Do you keep a seizure diary? That can be helpful in noting changes in your seizure patterns. If your seizures are escalating in frequency, duration, or kind, then it's a good idea to talk to you neurologist about adjusting your treatment plan. A seizure diary can also potentially help you identify triggers that may be contributing to your seizures.
Don't be afraid to speak to your neurologist about any concerns you have. Afterall they are there to help you control your seizures & they need to know everything (even if it is a little thing or sounds silly) so they can find the best treatment for you to help control your seizures.I am sure I am the wimpiest person ever but I have been afraid to bring this up with my doctors.