I am trying to do a little research on my own because after two neurologists, I have had no help. I have had a total of three seizures within a year and never any before then. I had my first seizure in the hospital the day my husband was having a heart attack. He had been waiting 3 hours to be seen in the ER for severe chest pain. I was getting extremely worked up making sure he was seen as soon as possible. We finally got back to the room and I dropped down and had a seizure. What luck is that. My husband has a heart attack and I drop down and have a seizure the same exact day? My husband is in law school full time and I am the money maker right now working 13 hour days supporting the family so right there is a whole bunch of stress. My second seizure was six months later. I had lack of sleep and had to entertain a huge family over for Christmas and still work. I had a few auras in between with nausea but I did not think anything of it. This second time, I felt the aura coming on and boom I went down. This third seizure, I had in my sleep and I bit my tongue quite a bit on the side. My husband thankfully was able to wake me up but I did not know who anybody's names were. I have had an MRI, CT scan, EEG twice with all of them coming back normal. They did find a sphenoid wing benign tumor but they all said it was not important and had nothing to do with my seizures. I was just at my six month mark to drive and boom this happens again. Now I am at a loss. I am ready to go to U of M and wait for the 6 month waiting list appointment. Has anybody experienced stress-related seizures or does this sound more like epilepsy coming on? I moan slightly but don't do a whole lot of body twitching with my seizures. Between my husbands heart attacks, medical bills, regular bills, me working 13 hour days all the time in front of a computer and taking care of my children, its got to be the stress. What are the chances that my husband and I would have a serious medical condition come about on the same day. Any information would be great.