This was a reoccurring issue as described by the patient that seemed to last about 30 seconds each time. The patient underwent several imaging studies of her brain that showed the normal appearance of brain structures. The physician gave the patient a long-term monitor. Later, a neurologist reviewed the EEGs on the monitor. The doctor found distinct sharp waves and made a diagnosis of temporal lobe epilepsy but did not prescribe any medication at this visit, with a follow-up planned for a month later. The patient passed away two weeks after the last visit to the neurologist.