Re: My 12-year-old-son had what appeared to be a grand mal 6 weeks ago
I didn't have actual abnormalities during the breathing part, but that was the only thing that caused me to go into a seizure during the test. My pulse increased as a result of the heavy breathing, and then I started twitching and then into a seizure. Though the patterns were not epileptic, it was the breathing that caused my seizure.
When mine started we started of with the cardiologist, and an EKG. Running on the treadmill I ended up having a seizure a few minutes after getting off. During my pulse broke the 200bpm mark, and stayed high for a while. As they started to unhook me, they noticed a quick drop in bpm, and then I collapsed.
Try to see if you can get an EKG and EEG at the same time, doing the exercise.
And then be careful to avoid physical exertion, and stress, which at that age will be difficult. Mine started at 18, but when I was younger I would have other problems after exercise.
Good luck! I hope things get better.