I'm 59 yrs. old & my skull changes shape & size all the time now. It didn't used to. It has gotten a lot higher up from the base of my neck & wider side to side. It changes all the time, even from day to day, for months now, both contracting & expanding in different areas. I have read about tapeworms getting started in the brain & wonder if that can cause this to happen & I read about abnormal proteins accumulating in the brain & if this can be symptoms of that. My left leg above the knee had an area that got covered up with what looked like mosquito bites while climbing up a boat ladder two years ago in the tropics.
Since you were in the tropics, you might want to see a doctor about T cruzi or see someone at your local Health Dept. They usually have a doctor there who is affiliated with the C.D.C. You could've been bitten by a kissing bug. They spread a disease with trypanasomes (very thin worms) that can invade any part of your body.
So sorry this is happening to you. I was bitten by a kissing bug and have lots of health problems.
Wishing you the best.
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