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I have a somewhat weird question but I was wondering if anybody can not feel anything where you have your scar. Like when I put my fingers on the skin around my scar I can feel that my fingers are there but when I touch my scar I feel nothing. If I press on the bone then that bone hurts but I can't feel anything where the scar tissue is. Is this normal?