the werewolf and its environment
Once the transformation of the werewolf is complete, the bone structure has changed, the body mass has adjusted, and many other vital changes have taken place, the werewolf is now different. One of the details often forgotten about is how the animal has a harder time adjusting the the condition of the environment he is now being exposed to. The werewolf is often severely and suddenly exposed to an environment he is not accustomed to and will have a minimal amount of time to do so. The type of changes although we may think are minimal, are to the werewolf extreme. The complete body mass and hair will present a very challenging transition period of several different symptoms. The symptoms may include, hot sweats, fever, extreme pain, and vomiting among other less appealing changes. The transition period for most human to werewolf subjects is often brief, but there will be times that it may seem longer than the complete transformation itself.
Please be aware that many of the symptoms the werewolf experiences can and will also be linked to the metamorphosis itself.