The weird thing about burns is that if you’ve burned your skin bad enough, you’ll have burned the pain receptors and it doesn’t hurt anymore. Is that so? So if you are the recipient of a donor organ, you need those meds your entire life? I never thought of that, I thought maybe at some point the body would accept it. I guess not. That sounds awful as I assume they’re immunosuppressants? My ma has had a kidney transplant, she’s been on anti-rejection drugs for almost 40 years. They’re pretty nasty, here give her skin cancers but having to get things cut out regularly > dying because you don’t have a functioning kidney.
When my mom got burned as a child her aunt was able to give skin for the skin graft but apparently they don’t let the family do that anymore (more likely to be rejected somehow). I imagine it’s pretty hard to find a skin donor. That circle in the middle was a part that didn’t get burned, I was teased a bit, but not in a mean way mostly as a joke other than that no bullying. Keep asking if you like I would be more then happy to answer all your questions, it shows me your interested and makes me feel special lol.