Your driver's license is not going to be pulled if you report this to your GP. As a matter of fact, people who have seizures and get on meds and are seizure free for a period of time can generally regain the right to drive. There is a specialty called neurological opthamology. You are correct in assuming that there is a good chance of siezure activity after a serious head injury, but this is not necessarily so. Your GP is not going to report you to the MVB based on the information you have provided. If this continues, you have to make a moral decfision as to whether you should drive. Often such symptoms have a gradual onset, over minutes. If you are driving and sense this is happening pull over immediately. It is also true that these episodes are often self-limiting, and go away after a period of time. Four months is not a long time and recovery from such an accident often takes far longer. I would encourage you to continue to seek medical attention and be perfectly honest with your physician in regards to your symptoms.
Thank you for the advice Caregiver. I was hoping to get back to work in 2 months and in Forensics, my license is essential. But I will be keeping a close eye on things. As far as I know there was no brain damage, just several serious fractures. Thanks again..