I'm 26 now, and have had an average 6 seizures a year since I was 18. Grand mal ones, with random twinges if I was too tired. I was good for 9 months. I recently had one though, where I just stared into open space (unconsciously) and then just fell over. What does this mean? Is it less severe? or just as severe?, or odd that the seizure form changed? I'm going to see my doctor soon, but wanted to ask if anyone knew anything about this. I don't think I'm cured, but what does it mean to have a different type of seizure after having just grand mal ones for so long?
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