In addition to numbness on half of my forehead, which gives me an edge in head-butting competitions, there's a fascinating and unanticipated benefit to the surgery which cut some nerves above my left eyebrow: the amount of perspiration released on that side is far less now than before. When I'm out running I no longer have a problem with salty sweat dripping into the left eye. What a deal! (The right side, alas, continues to glow as feverishly as ever.)

But if the nerves grow back and sensation returns, will the beaded brow likewise?

(cf. FurrowedBrow (18 Aug 2005), NumbSkull (17 Sep 2005), ...)

TopicPersonalHistory - TopicScience - TopicHumor - TopicRunning - 2005-10-22

(correlates: NumbSkull, CloserToTheMachine, Body Tides, ...)