My seizures have not been dianosed but we believe they are complex partial siezures. I first have deja vu then I get real nauseous and then do an uncontrolled act of getting out of the place Im in. Such as if Im in a room I have to go to another room or if Im in the car I have to get out of that car. I went for a 10 day inpatient EEG. I had a seizure 30mins before I got to the hospital but did not have one in the hospital while I was there. Since we dont know my triggers my question is what is yours and we can try them to see if I have a siezure. I went 72 hours with no sleep I had the flashing lights and hyperventalation every day in the hospital. I am going back in a month so need to figure out how to make one of these happen when Im there. Thanks for any help.
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