I certainly understand both sides of your situation. I had to move back in with my parents at as an adult due to my epilepsy after being discharged from the Army. I had been on my own for quite a number of years. I think agree with Ducky that the two of you should sit down with her neuro. Where she might not listen to you because you're "Mom"...she might listen to her neuro because it's her Dr. and the "Dr. knows what is best for her". How long has she been on the Lamictal? Sometimes it can take a while for a med to build up to a theraputic level in her blood. Sometimes it can cause what they call breakthrough seizures....and can actually cause more seizures at first before it helps to prevent them. keep us posted and good luck.
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