I am thinking of changing my name to sad gir!!
I saw my neurologist today. 6 months after my operation, and I think that I have had two seizures (absence seizures so never sure). He keeps on going two and fro in terms of how to manage my medicine dosage.
One minute he says - stay as you are and lets reassess in 3 months, and then as soon as I get upset and say that I was really hoping that I could go down because of the affects it has on me - he says - ok go down.
How do you know when the right time is? Is there a set of standard "rules" they follow. i.e. after x months seizure free, or xxxxxx.
Should the patient be changing the decision making process that they make or should they say to the patient that this is the best decision for now as much as you don't like because......
It is like me saying to a child where I can say to them "don't cross the road unless you a traffic light" and then if they get upset turn around and say "ok cross the road whereever"
I feel I am going mad!! Maybe I am the one that is not understanding and confused. Please help