So after seeking 3 opinions from neurosurgeons, it looks like the consensus is that we should have my husband's 3 benign meningiomas treated with surgery removal. This is b/c of his young age (31) and the fact he's symptomatic (seizure and headaches). He doesn't fit into the typical mold - gender, age, amount of tumors and no family history. The biggest risk of surgery is that he may lose his sense of smell/taste. The surgery will be 5-6 hours long and the recovery at home may be 4-6 weeks long. We're relieved but now they're taking forever to get back to us with a surgery date b/c they're saying it's not life-threatening. I'm peeved. The anticipation is building and we all just want to get this over with. My husband was on anti-seizure medication (Dilantin) and b/c he developed a rash, had to be switched to an anti-anxiety medication (Lorezapam) which is supposed to keep the symptoms at bay but obviously, isn't the long term solution. My husband is suffering from headaches and we all know, the meningiomas are there, particularly the large one that put enough pressure against his brain to cause the seizure to begin with. On top of everything, I'm 6 months pregnant and can't eat, sleep or do anything b/c this is so devastating. I know this is short term but I'm just hoping and praying we get a surgery date and that after, he doesn't experience any more seizures or recurrance of tumors.