My husband was having partial seizures about twice a month. An MRI revealed a brain tumor - a benign meningioma in his right temporal lobe. It was completely removed and the area causing the partial seizures treated. He has been weaned off of Keppra by his surgeon, but the neurologist feels he should stay on 1,000 mg and be monitored for awhile. His surgery was the end of March, and he stopped taking Keppra May 12 at the direction of the surgeon. He had a partial seizure the day after the surgery, but none since. Should he resume taking Keppra? Surgeon feels he deals with more of these cases, that a seizure is unlikely, and that the brain should heal medication free, neurologist wants to take precautions in the event he has a partial or full seizure. Recent EEG is normal.