My daughter is under a neurologist following a series of fainting fits (usually 3-5 years apart) although the last one was classed as a seizure (March 2015). She has had various scans including MRI and EEG and when she had her follow up appointment in December 2015 she was told there was no sign of epilepsy but the MRI showed a tiny cyst 'outside her brain' which they would keep an eye on. Naturally she had her driving licence revoked until investigations are complete. Her neurologist said he would send appropriate paperwork off.
Now, out of the blue she has received a letter saying her EEG was negative (no other information) and they have recalled her for a 'sleeping EEG' plus another MRI to check on the cyst. It's her birthday tomorrow and this was not the way we had expected to celebrate it. I am so concerned that the stress of this letter and now the inevitable wait for new appointments to come through could cause more problems and wonder if there is anything practical I can say or do. Thank you. Jules