Thank you both for your input! I really appreciate it.
That's kind of what I'm thinking. What's wierd is the episodes have been different each time. I'd always thought once you got seizures, they were more or less consistant. I've done a little reading about Narcolepsy. The only time I get anything like cataplexy (feels like there's a drop of water in my right ear, feel faint and weak. can usually breathe through it) is if I get seriously scared while driving, and I always thought it was anxiety related. Going to keep an open mind when seeing the neuro.
I have some other health stuff going on, so I'm keeping very detailed records of what happens when. May 8th, May 27th, July 8th. I'm not currently having cycles (haven't had them since April). I've looked at when my cycles were supposed to occur in regard to these episodes and there's no obvious correlation. Still, since my hormonal regulation seem to be seriously screwed up, there might be some connection after all.
I'd never heard of a walking seizure before. I'm assuming it's just what it sounds like? I've only had the walking episode once, that I know of. Hubby's been keeping a close eye on me and this is the only episode like this he's mentioned. This is also the only episode that's happened during sleep. The other two happened when I was either trying to get to sleep or waking up.
A few more questions, if you don't mind.
Is it possible for someone to wake up at the onset or during a seizure? (referring to the latest episode on Tuesday)
Emotions during seizures - I think I should have been completely freaked out when these were happening. I wasn't. Instead, I was completely calm. When they happen, I'm aware and observing what's happening with an almost clinical detachment. Is this normal/common? I've done a little reading on seizures and haven't seen apathy or complete lack of any emotional response listed. It's only some time afterwards (sometimes days) that it dawns on me what happened and that's when I start getting worried/scared.