Thanks for writing Lars. I too am one who had sagittal surgery over 30 years ago and have a long, narrow head with a long scar and camel hump with caving in the back and sides. I never had it fixed but definitely can relate to all the struggles you had growing up with sports, hats/helmets, duck duck goose, NEVER considered head stands, and those ever wandering random hands. I am female and HOPE to not lose my hair as I am over 40 now but struggle even now with how it effects me. Explaining it to salons, friends, people sitting behind me, or yes, still touching my head randomly. I didn't think that would happen after 15 years old. In any case, thanks for sharing your story. I have a twin and two other brothers who have normal heads. It was cleary not a syndrome in my family, rather, an effect of being a twin and where I was located in the womb. I still get headaches from helmets.