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The weirdest thing was the numbness. All these large patches of skin, or what used to be skin, that suddenly had no feeling. I would be lying in my hospital bed when it would occur to me that I couldn’t feel the place above the right side of my rib cage. I would run my fingers over it, and though it was like my brain knew I was supposed to feel pain, I wouldn’t feel a thing.
At first I wasn’t able to think about it too much. The idea of losing sensation was scary, but forever? That was worse.
Jason Vilnas. Original character.