Re: 2nd Time but still as Nervous as hell
Confusion after a seizure is a common after effect. The brain is still recovering while it may seem from the outside that the person is fine. After effects of seizures can last as long as 30 minutes to a couple of hours depending on the person, each persons situation is different. Recovery can also be almost instantaneous as well once the seizure is over. It's unique case by case.
A lot of what you can do is observe. Depending on the degree of seizures the person has, calling emergency may not be the answer. If they are fine, not bleeding, no injury, and it is only a seizure, let it run it's course. A general rule of thumb is 5 minutes. If it is longer then that, (and the person's seizures are not long) then call emergency.
I would say to discuss this with the person. Ask them what they want you to do in case they have a seizure. Should you call or not, or at what point should emergency be called.
From a person who has seizures, I would rather people NOT call. There is nothing the hospital can do for me unless I broke a bone or have a bad cut. I just end up with a huge bill for emergency care and transportation.
Once they have the testing confirmed, they likely would start daily medications to suppress the seizures. That should bring some control, after the usual adjustments (read other threads on here to see what some of us have been through).