Every person's experience with a Skin Graft (a.k.a Skin Transplantations) is unique, and that is why having a community of support is critical. In the forums dedicated to Skin Transplantations, you can create your own discussions and ask questions on any topic to a community of others, undergoing or living with the same or similar procedure; caregivers; and family members and friends of those undergoing an Skin Grafting. You can also participate in numerous other discussions from other members ranging on anything from pain control and coping strategies to risks / benefits and pre-operational advice.
Read the Skin Graft factsheet for more quick and helpful information here.
Ongoing discussions - Skin diseases
- Unusual skin allergies/sensitivities: Do you have one?
I am allergic (or maybe I should say sensitive) to one of the most benign substances on earth - aloe. I discovered that about 50 years ago when I accidentally burned my hand when taking a pan out of t
- How do you protect your skin in the winter?
Hi, I know in my case with severe eczema winter is always the hardest time of year. I image it may be true for other skin conditions as well. How do you all protect your skin in winter? I try to take
- Welcome to the skin conditions group! Come say "Hello"!
Hello everyone, I'm Courtney your community manager here on Carenity. I thought I would open this group so we can share thoughts and experiences with skin conditions. So, what is your story? What is