I am 49 years old and have suffered migraines since I was a teenager. I am used to that and know how to manage the pain and avoid things that trigger migraine. For about a year I have experienced a new symptom. Some days when I look in the mirror I have an indention or dent in my forehead. Sometimes I have lumps or a large vein from my hair line to between my eyebrows. My forehead is normally very smooth. Other people have noticed these events. The change in appearance only lasts a day or so. I have only associated the dent with real pain. Has anyone ever heard of this?
I am 80 and have Parkinsons just recently a made a dent in my lower left leg. . Caused by crossing my leg whilst asleep,and it stayed indented for over a day and now all my lower leg is swollen and a light bruise on the spot where it was dented , what can this be .
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