Hi @johnbishop, sometimes I too am surprised by the answers I receive to questions I ask. I try not to have a preconceived notion of what I might get and instead attempt to look at it all as data. So, I am still curious if others have experience with the privileges scenario.
Thanks for the link, I guess I am more interested in what is actually happening. It does seem the author of the article suggests more EEGs should be done compared to what is happening in my case. However the mere fact the article needs to be written would suggest in actual practice it is not the case. I am curious what is happening in other Dr. offices.
The article appears to have been written in 2005 so that would be plenty of time to have filtered down and should actually have been put into practice by now. I am going to be interested to see how my neurologist wants to track my seizures given my perceptions are wildly inaccurate. Of course I am still curious what is happening in other Dr offices.
The article also seems to suggest the reading of the EEG is subjective. I do know my previous EEG was read by a different neurologist than this time. What I take away from that is we really don't have a baseline.
All of this makes me even more curious what is going on in other Dr offices.