Re: seizures, but no diagnosis, any ideas?
It can take a long time to get into a neuro's office here in the US, too. But, an ER visit should speed things up, if they give you papers telling you to make an appointment with a specific neuro (you can always change later if you don't like him/her). They did the MRI and EEG- which is standard, to get the results of those, since that will help them know better what sort of meds to give you. Did you have a witness who could describe the seizures to the doc? Being admitted for 5 days for observation is GREAT !! They can see and document what's going on, and you'll be in a safe place.
Some primary docs will prescribe neuro meds, but some won't. Depends on their own level of comfort with seizures and seizure meds......