I think it's a good idea to keep a record of any seizure or turns that you can remember so that when you do see your dr or neurologist all you have to give them a copy of the record you have.
I only take very mild seizures or 'funny turns' as I call them when I get a weird dream come into my head and my head feels funny. When I 1st started having these turns someone suggested to me to keep a record of the turns so I bought an exercise book. As soon as I take a turn I write down what I can remember about the turn (I can't always remember everything), if someone witnesses me taking a turn I ask the person what I was like when I took the turn then I write that down in my exercise book.
When the time comes to see my neurologist I type any turns I've had on the computer so they are more readble lol & print them out for the neurologist.
At 1st my neurologist didn't understand what I meant by my turns either & would ask me about the dreams, eventualy he started to understand.
I can't honestly say that I have experienced them all together when coming round from seizures but I do experience them individually every now and again. Nothing to go to the doctor with I didnt think. So it is possible that they are after-effects of the seizure but it sounds like it could be something else. I hope your neuro appt comes in soon, a specialist should be able to help you. Keeping a record is a great idea because if your anything like me, you get to neuro appts and suddenly can't remember anything of what you wanted to say!
I hope things get sorted soon. Good Luck