Re: why isn't there any medical help for Epileptics?
It took me almost TWO YEARS to win my legal paper fight and be qualified for Social Security. In 95% of cases first application is an auto turndown unless you have one leg and no arms (no joke).
I had over 10 seizures a month, I had brainsurgery, preexisting condition, was on max dose, near max of a second, and near max of a third when I had my hearing in front of a judge for Social Security. Paper did nothing for my process, they didn't see a person, just papers on their desk. I had to pay for a lawyer and see a judge to push it farther up the food chain. Costly, time some, but it worked.
If you have a legitimate case it's worth going through.
P.S. if you were JUST given a denial, file for your appeal, keep the case active!!