Thanks for writing in to us.
I understand you got your first CT scan
after having generalised seizures and meeting your neurologist
From the report findings (first scan) mentioned by you, there are multiple distributed calcification in both sides of your brain. They are more on the left side with one in left frontal area showing some activity (oedema) which might have caused the seizure. As size is not mentioned, it might be due to neurocysticercosis
or TB bacteria.
In the second scan, there is mention of the calcifications persisting. This time there is oedema around more than one calcification. In other words though they are healed (will not grow in size), due to slight activity, there is swelling in the brain tissue around and this can cause seizures.
There is nothing to worry except that you must take medications and meet your doctor regularly. This may continue for a months or years. Do not do any high risk activity like driving, swimming or cooking without asking your doctor. Maintain a diary of when you get seizures and for how long. Do not stop taking medications.
Hope this helps