I am almost at the end of the 1st 72- hour EEG. I don't know how much the EEG will tell them, but I have learned quite a bit about my seizures and fatigue. On Tuesday after the apparatus was attached to my head, I waited for the scheduled non-emergency transit van that would take me home. I was already exhausted. After two hours of waiting I began seizing. My aide pushed the button to record the activity and charted what was happening. Within an hour I had had six seizures. She began to look for alternative transit to get me home, something that could accomodate my power wheel chair. She located my partner who came to the hospital. They decided that the number of seizures and my incoherency required that I go to the ER. Six hours later I was released. On Wednesday I thought that I could mange school. I was wrong. Within three hours of classes I was struggling to stay awake. Once home I slept for seven hours. I woke briefly and slept for another eleven hours. I know that the fatigue is a main issues with my MS. I am seeing that being fatigued leaved me prone to seizures.I am praying that the doctor will take off the wires tomorrow. If not I have to wear them for another 72-hours. If these tests still don't answer their questions then I will be spending a week in an observation unit in Emory University.