EEG, or electroencephalogram, is a test that can help diagnose epilepsy. During an EEG, the electrical signals of the brain are recorded. This electrical activity is detected by electrodes, or sensors, placed on the patient's scalp and transmitted to a polygraph that records the signals. This test will help to see if I was diagnosed incorrectly the first time and to find out why treatment hasn't worked.
In the meantime, hang in with me as I get this messy thing straightened out. I'll be hitting the pavement more frequently and doing a few giveaways this month!
Happy Friday Eve!