So the new plan is to split up runs when it is really hot out there. I think it is something that is necessary at this time of the summer to keep up the mileage that I need to rebuild for the Army Half without jeopardizing my health. Running in the heat is a little scary with epilepsy, due to the dangers of dropping electrolytes/dehydration/glucose and risk of seizures and the increased dangers of hyponatremia with my anticonvulsant drugs - plus I'm not the most knowledgeable one with regards to nutrition and running. I'm trying to be, but to me, experimenting with all of this becomes a little more risky. I'm totally open to any suggestions, but the generalized advice sometimes doesn't apply to someone with my kind of issues.
I haven't had any problems as of yet, but I think being extra cautious is the best thing.