Welcome to HW. Sounds like you've already had quite a work-up with an EEG, blood tests, cat scan, and MRI. When you said the EEG was abnormal, what did the doctor tell you? Did the neuro suspect that you have epilepsy based on the abnormality? If you have at least one episode a day, it seems that your doctor would discuss the best ways to see actually monitor that episode - like a video EEG if a seizure was suspected.
What happens when you have one of your drop attacks? Are you unconscious or are you aware of your surroundings? Any warning signs? How are things on the Tranxene?
Hope you get some answers about what's going on from your doctor. Hang in there, Try to stay positive. Use caution in whatever you do, so as not to hurt yourself if you should fall. And TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF,
It's too bad you had a video EEG and nothing much showed. It wasn't until the 4th day of my video EEG that I had a seizure off my meds. Until I had the seizure, I was beginning to wonder how long it was going to take! So, if you were only hooked up for 3 days, I can see why they didn't catch an episode on the video. I've heard of people that stayed for as long as 10 days for their video EEGs.
How sad that even with insurance, it's a terrible drain on the wallet to get the necessary medical care. Hope that works out with you.
You say the attacks occur when you are more active and associated with being tired. Just remember to take care of yourself! Get plenty of sleep and reduce stress in your life whenever you can. Be GOOD to yourself.