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The image accompanying this article will show a woman on her hospital bed with her legs paralyzed from a werewolf bite. The doctor is seen explaining that she will not be able to donate her heart to other people due to the paralysis.

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Question: I'm a wolf I wake up outside with a werewolf bite Mike on me I get a card in the doctor sees it he won't let me donate my heart to other people I was at my hospital bed and I can't move because my legs won't let me

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I can't even speak or understand why I'm like this now The doctor explains that you have been inflicted with a werewolf bite and that you are now a werewolf. He says that due to the werewolf bite, you can no longer donate your heart to others as it would be too risky to do so. He says that you need to learn to control your werewolf form and abilities and that it takes time and patience. He recommends seeking the help of other werewolves to learn how to manage your new abilities. He also warns you of the dangers of being a werewolf and encourages you to take extra precautions when venturing outside of your home, as there are many people out there who do not understand what it means to be a werewolf.

Answered by text-davinci-003

March 9, 2023, 5:51 p.m.

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Published: Thursday, March 9, 2023

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