I will be releasing some photos of me either waiting for a rectal exam or an enema. I will release the photos tonight. I have gone into some of my previous enema and medical play videos and screen captured photos showing the sequence of either a rectal exam or an enema or both. This morning I released my enema screen capture images of me receiving an enema with a red bag and douche nozzle. I also release a side profile of my face so you get some sense in what I might look like. Today (Aug. 7, 2019), I am working on screen capture images of me getting a Fleet's enema in our home clinic. I might release those tonight.
OCTOBER 21, 2021
I am going to release screen shots of my medical play exam from several years ago. It is over a 150 screen shots in sequence. I wanted you to get as much details how my exam went. It is a realistic play exam with my play doctor. We bought a house and converted it into a play clinic. We has since sold that house because we could never get anyone to come and play with us and taxes and insurance got too high for just have a play clinic. We still have an exam room in another house. It is a sequence of a complete exam from calling the doctor and get the results in the end. You will see one actual photo inside my rectum. It shows a white spot. We tried to tell my real PCP about by saying my husband felt something in there. You couldn't tell them that you had an anoscope and saw it. Many years ago, my husband got scolded by the doctor for having a vaginal speculum and that he should not be practicing medicine without a license. My PCP said “Oh, it is just probably a hemorrhoid and nothing to worry about. He said ”Physicians normally don't do rectal exam on women until the age of 50." With COVID, it was hard to do anything medical. I had blood and loose stools since the beginning of this year. I finally went to another doctor. She said that I have a tumor in my rectum and I needed to got to the hospital for a blood transfusion. I just spent the last 7 days in the hospital and I just got out yesterday. I have advance rectal cancer. I need to start Chemo but I am COVID positive so they won't touch me until I am negative. My family and I got COVID last month and recovered. I have no symptoms but I am still positive. Unfortunately, my mother-in-law living with us did not survive. I hope my Zity friends learn from my experience and be more aggressive in find answers.