Thanks for the replies so far.
I should have mentioned that the new symptoms of feeling very wobbly, super exhausted etc only started after the Frisium was introduced.
As for the Keppra, I think she'll give it a couple of weeks to see if her system adjusts and go from there, though I know she was keen to either reduce her Keppra gradually as she has felt a bit too drugged up since her last increase which was around 2011 (going from 1000mg twice daily to 1250mg) or change altogether after the baby was born due to the fact that she was seizure free for 7 years on Epilim (sp?) + a small dose of Lamictol (sp?) and only changed to start a family. It's a tough decision because the Keppra has been fine overall, with us being able to attribute the reason for the one-per-year seizure down to either illness to my wife or kids during the night, or silly late nights without thinking.
After what's happened this time around, we've certainly agreed that we won't even entertain the idea of a third!
Regarding the specialist, we felt a little let down when we saw him purely because he didn't really seem all that interested, which is different from usual. My wife mentioned the extra symptoms and that she needs to be able to look after the kids at some point but he just said they'll review it in 8 weeks time and gradually wean her off the Frisium (no mention of Keppra). In fairness to him, I suppose he just wants to stop the seizures and give her time to recover before even entertaining any changes.
I've heard about Keppra Rage before but don't think my wife has ever had it, though we have had a few heated discussions but I believe that's what married couples do
She did feel very down after our first baby, though this time around she was much better, though due to the current situation of her wanting to help but not really being able to, she just wants things back to normal.
Frustrating for me, but more so for my wife. We'll keep plodding on and hopefully see what happens day by day. Should just mention that our first kid, who is 4 years old, is an absolute star. Good as gold, and the whole process has been that much easier because of how she has conducted herself (seems silly when describing a 4 year old doesn't it?)