When i was 15 I was diagnosed in another country to have epilepsy. I took pills for 2 years then doctor decided its time to stop. And there was no complication. Now 2 years ago another probably epileptic episode happened (20 years after first one). Felt little confused, forgot some stuff like names of my child's friends ( but again I remembered my family, my friends, managed to make phone calls and walk to pick up my child from school then walked to hospital).
First EEG showed nothing wrong, sleep deprived EEG showed epileptic tendency. And MRI scan showed I have Rathke cleft cyst.
I decided not to take pills as the side effect could be worse than my "epilepsy". Went for consultation to another neurologist.
He checked my EEG, MRI (couldn't find the sleep deprived EEG in the NHS file) and wrote that he doesnt think it was epilepsy and wouldn't advice to do any sleep deprived one. He thinks its just migraine. And even if it was 2 years after last episode medicine is not advised.
Now what to put in my driving application? I had epilepsy or not. As I have the letter from another neurologist I don't have it. And the first one says I have it ( but first one was sending me to all specialist saying all my cardio etc results were wrong what the specialist said wasnt true)