Next she had a few partial complex seizures over the space of about 2 weeks. She may have also had a partial simple seizure. Also during this couple of weeks she had a few myoclonic jerks. I know seizures are sad but there was a funny moment during these jerks. We were eating at a restaurant and she was holding something in her hand. She had about 3 or 4 jerks in her arms and on the last one she threw what ever it was that she was holding at the table of people behind her. It really was a little funny, although at the same time we were getting worried that this would turn into a huge tonic clonic seizure like they always used to. The jerks never did turn into the t/c seizure, thankfully, and I think it is because she was on klonopin which stopped it from progressing.
Just this week (on Tuesday I think) she had a seizure at school. Her teachers said she was pushing the lunch cart and looked to the side (this is how many seizures start - she looks to one side and can't turn her head or eyes back) and fell down. I think this was probably another partial complex seizure. All of her different types of seizures confuse me sometimes. And they often morph into each other so I get really confused.
The other night she woke up hungry so I gave her a bit of snack and then put her back down for sleep. After she fell asleep she started twitching, like myoclonic jerks. I often twitch as I'm falling asleep after a hard days work. But this is the second time I have noticed it in her and the first time I noticed was after she had been sleeping for 3 hours so it wasn't right as she was falling asleep. Different parts of her body just do really quick, little jerks. I can't believe I didn't notice this before. I'd bet it's been happening every night for a while. We have an appointment with our neuro coming up soon so I'm going to be sure to talk to him about this, among other things!