Thank you for your question.
I am not a medical professional and would not be able to give you medical advice. I am also not very familiar with the symptoms of epilepsy and so would not be able to tell you whether this is a symptom of seizures.
While this occurs infrequently, my suggestion would be, to talk with your doctor, only because it is obviously something that bothers you.
Before doing so, you may want to buy a notebook and keep track of exactly what happens. Write down what you did during the day, what is going on in your life and how you felt, both emotionally and physically. This information will help you explain what is going on to your doctor and give you specific examples to share with him (her).
It doesn't matter how often a health problem occurs. If it is something that is bothering you, you should talk with your doctor, if only to make you feel better about the situation.
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