Sharin, so sorry to hear of your sons troubles. Seizure control is a journey for sure, and for many not a destination. You mentioned after the last seizure he was screaming at the end that he couldn’t breathe. I’m sure all seizures are different, but when my daughter has gran mal seizures she is OUT and unresponsive anywhere from 15-25 mns before she can make sense verbally. If he can speak right after a seizure, I wonder if there is something else going on? Panic attack? Insulin drop? I’ve had to call ambulance several times and have never had an EMT say to let my daughter get up on her own. The seizure itself wears you out, no wonder he fell, they need to recover, not move unless they are in the street. You need to speak to your dr about having diastat in the house. A 10 minute seizing episode is very dangerous. Do you think the forgetfulness is an effect of the medications, or has he always had it?