Recently got a skin graft and the donor site is getting bumps, is that normal?

Yes . Will take some time to to get the surface to near normal , but never going to look like adjacent skin , protect the area with skin creams.

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I read this article on silvain cream that you can make from home can you use this cream on a donor site from a skin graft?

Do you mean silvaden. Silvadene cream-silver sulfadiazine- is sometimes used on burns. Not the best for donor site, but you should follow the instructions of your surgeon. Main object is to keep lubricated, usually with Aquaphor or vaseline. Read more...

Husband had skin graft and donor site was sealed w/something that is causing great pain? No wound care given...What to do it bad

Pain in skin graft. If there is pain under the dressing or in the graft, it could be an infection. Please see your surgeon right away for proper treatment. If your doctor is not available, since there is a great deal of pain, please go to the emergency room. Skin grafts and donor sites should not cause a lot of pain. Read more...
Donor sites hurt. The donor site is usually more painful than the recipient site because the skin has been shaved off leaving thousands of raw nerve endings. This will improve with time but until then, it is best to keep the site covered with the sealant . If you begin to see redness spreading away from the site. Have high fevers, excessive discharge, get the wound looked at. Read more...
See md. Follow up withe surgeon so he can evaluate it. Read more...
See your doctor. I wld ask that you see your doctor to make sure the donor site is okay. If so i wld use restore silver over the donor site and cover it with a secondary dressing and check it in a couple of days. Read more...