Hi All, I am 30 years old and have recently had a seizure for the first time. I was about 20 weeks pregnant at the time and it occurred in my sleep. I felt absolutely horrendous and exhausted for a good month after, however sort of back to normal now!
I have had an MRI which came back normal, however my EEG results said the following - “EEG was not entirely normal with wave forms of a sharpened outline occurring independently in the temporal regions of both hemispheres with a left sided emphasis, such findings would reinforce a clinical diagnosis”. I am yet to see a Neurologist as the waiting list is very lengthy in the area I am in and have no idea what the above might mean. Does anyone have any idea what this might mean?? Does it simply mean that there is evidence of seizure activity? I’m guessing it’s nothing too serious as there is no rush to get me to see the Neurologist. So far I have been told they think it is just linked to pregnancy hormones.