Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I was feeling movement in my head a few years ago. It actually felt like something was trying to drill a hole and get out of my skull. I told the doctor and she scheduled a brain scan, but she also wanted me to see mental health for some anti-psychotics. When I went for the brain scan, I saw them put my x-rays up on the screen after taking them. The strange thing was how blurry they appeared. I have seen other brain scan photos online, and they show the brain very clearly. When I saw how blurry my brain looked, I thought "Uh OH!" There is something really wrong. I thought the worms had made mush of my brain. But the doctor said everything was normal. Well why did the pictures of my brain look so much different that pictures of brains I have seen on the internet? I bet doctors can tell the people who run the machines which setting to use, so they can get the results they want, which is nothing is wrong with you, so they can prescribe anti-psychotic drugs, and suppress your symptoms, instead of treating what ails you. And perhaps I am just being paranoid. But why was the picture so fuzzy?