I wanted to follow up on this post.
I did call the neurologist's office to let them know about Emily's 3 minute seizure the night after the EEG. The nurse was going to talk to the doctor and get back to me. She was sure that he wanted to read the results of the test before making any decisions about med changes.
When she called back, she told me that the EEG did not show any seizure activity, but it did show some abnormal activity. I was not surprised to hear that. I didn't see any seizures while we were there, so I didn't expect anything to show on the test results. And given Emily's brain injury, abnormal activity is normal for her.
Since, she had the seizure the night after the test, the doc wants to increase the dosage of her current meds. So we are in the process of increasing her Keppra to 7mls twice a day (we can go up to 10mls, if needed). Rather than trying something else at this point, I would rather try the increase. She has not had any nasty side effects on this medication and until last December, her seizures were completely under control. So we will pray that this increase will do the trick. We have not seen any seizures since the night after the EEG, so that is a good start!