In another post I mentioned a few weird things happening to me in my sleep which included jerking and flashes of light waking me up. I have been on the web looking for seizure symptoms and ran across this. Some sound all too familar to me... Clinical Signs of Seizure Look for these symptoms in your child, adolescent, spouse or parent and if these symptoms occur on a regular basis, consult your physician and/or neurologist to arrange for a neuropsychological evaluation. (me) Sleeping problems: moving around in bed or thrashing. Fumbling with sheets in a repetitive pattern. (me ) Bedcovers strewn all over upon awakening. (me) Staring spells, appearing withdrawn, as if they are looking right through you. Sleepwalking. Night terrors. (me)Talking, mumbling, moaning in sleep on continual basis. (me)Noise sensitive. (me) Temperature sensitive. (me) Touch sensitive. Need to separate food and keep it separate while eating. Eats only certain foods. Difficulty getting along with peers. (me) Memory losses. (me) Word finding problems. (me) Headaches. (me) Fatigue practically every morning, despite sleeping the previous night. (me) Leg pains. (me) Moody, highly emotional. (me) Clumsiness. (me) Easily distracted. (me) Lack of coordination. More irritable at night. (me)Continual headaches. (me)Easily tired if active. (me) Confusion. Unexplained behavior. Obsessive compulsive symptoms. (me)Sleep deprivation. (me) Overly reactive. Distortions in the copying of designs at younger ages. (me)Physically weak. (me)Vertigo, ringing in the ears, disorientation . Excessively fearful. (me)Impulsivity . (me)Confused speech. Obsession with objects. Inappropriate responses to environmental events OK all the (me) symbols are what I experience on a daily basis and I am sure many of us have the same. Has anyone ever been tested for a seizure disorder when being diagnosed with fibro? I know I haven't.