Just thinking out loud for it is therapeutic to chat with you guys (seriously, I'm not panicking or having anxiety).
Probably my best hypothesis (for I'm anticipating a really rare condition to not be the cause):
I was learning more about
TMJ. I was remembering 8-9 months ago when I first started having symptoms of TMJ. My temples would swell up huge after chewing and eating and then the wonkiness followed.
During further research I found where TMJ can really distort the face and skull by shifting the bones into a slanted motion to a certain side. Several google images giving me a clear picture. I then really started examining myself. All my bones are shifting, not growing, to the right.
The skull, including the temporalis bone, my jaw bone slanting to the right giving the feel of protruding only to one side. Then I examined under the tip of my nose and realized the cartilage in between both nostrils are is being slanted to the right.
Then I felt the left side of my head and jaw it didn't feel right. It felt "too small". So you have the right that is giving the illusions it's growing, where as the left side is giving the illusion it's getting smaller. But that just it, nothing is growing or getting smaller it's shifting and slanting to one side.
The ridge on the right side back of my head is being created by the back skull plate and temporalis bone plate shifting to the right and thus protruding, leaving a rift in the middle. The left side back is "smaller" and smooth because it's slanting to the right as it shifts (just like the side of my head).
Nothing is "growing" it's shifting to the right and thus giving the appearance of protrusion on the right side.
It's very similar to plate tectonics for your skull is made up of 9-10 plates with sutures (fault lines) between them. Like plate tectonics they are rock hard and sturdy but still has the ability to shift under stresses.
The same "rift" in the back of my head from shifting and buckling can also explain the fore head and brow ridge during the stress of misalignment. The "bossing" of these regions are not even, very noticeably lack symmetry (meaning lack of symmetry in growth) as different stresses are put upon them based on their
It also explains the huge questions that I always had of why aren't my hands getting bigger or feet getting bigger (even just a little)? Because they have nothing do with the cranial shift.
Why isn't my nose, ears, tongue and lips getting bigger, even just a little? Because it has nothing to do with the cranial shift. Why is my jaw not starting to protrude forward starting the process of a under bite, not evening just a little, because the shift is to the right and not forward and explains why there's a misalignment and shift of the jaw bone to the right with very little jaw bone to the left (illusion of smaller). I would imagine Acro will have some of signs showing growth on both sides in all of these examples.
Everything is being giving the appearance it's "growing" but it's only on one side. Yes there's no perfect symmetry to anatomy but one side of the head and jaw has zero growth (none) while one side has all of the "growth" (appearance of growth). I'm not an Acro expert but I don't believe that's how it works.
Lyme (Igenex) - Positive IFA and WB bands 23, 31, 41
Mycoplasma (Labcorp) - Score: 595
ABX Treatment: 03/2016-04/2016; 7/2017-9/2017
Buhner Protocol for Borrelia, Babesia, Bartonella and Mycoplasma (treating everything to be on the safe side): May 2016 - Dec. 2016; 8/2017 - Present
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