Thank you for your inquiry.
You suffered a seizure
which is why you bit your tongue and experienced urinary incontinance. There are a number of reasons the phentermine
may have triggered the attack . You may have suffered a stroke
or you may have fallen causing a head injury
, or the drug may have directly affected your brain to trigger a seizure. The EEG confirms a seizure pattern(and yes you will unable to read it), but gives no information regarding the actual pathogenesis of your seizure . This is why the MRI
is needed. Your questions regarding the MRI should be aimed at understanding exactly how the seizure came about. It is impossible to shorten your probation from driving, because any attack whilst driving will threaten your and others lives. You will have to take the mess for at least 3 months depending on the causative mechanism . I wish you a speedy recovery. Kind regards.