what Jennifer said is soo right on - he's got to find the right meds.
a good neurologist, definitely.
i've had seizure disorder since i was 4, and live a very normal life. It takes a little while to adjust to being on medication and taking it faithfully, etc. I work full time, have children, husband - reg. lifestyle.
Honestly, it probably scares the people around me more than it scares me (other than not wanting to have a seizure) - so i can understand how frightened you are for him.
My seizures are grand mal also - and let me tell you, it wears you physically out. So the other thing your brother is going thru is really feeling run down, along with the psychological aspects, worrying about
his job, etc. It usually takes me 2 days after having one to feel myself again. So it's probably really keeping him down right now. Try to keep his spirits up - that will help him a lot.
Also, is there anyone that can keep an eye on him, without being bothersome? It's really good to have a friend in these situations that looks out for you. His world has changed drastically -
Hopefully, you can get him to log into this site - it would help to talk to other people going thru similar situations...
seizure disorder - chronic myofacia pain - B-12 anemia - severe neutropenia - bulging disk in neck, etc.