28 year old Larry experienced his first two seizures as a child. His parents took him to the doctor but they were told he would “grow out of it” and they were to watch and wait. Until he was in college heading to play a baseball game, he had no further problems. This particular day, he ended up in the hospital and was told he had experienced a grand mal seizure. He began to have these seizures more often which concerned him and his family. He then went the rounds of neurologists, MRI’s, medications with a final diagnosis of