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Re: tattoo  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Good for you

tattoo  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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after a hot night of sex erica went with me to her tatoo parlor for matching tattoo on our chests

Re: Pyongyang  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Mercedes is Korean or maybe Vietnamese, but she is a Dyke

Pyongyang  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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I wish they had some little Korean whores here for me to bang!

Re: Re: Re: correct  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Then l will marry Talita

married  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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she's married you jackass

Re: Re: correct  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Sorry boys. I will be giving my Goddess a ring for her birthday. She will be off the market and all mine.

Re: Post  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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900 Chester Ave. Delran, NJ, 08075

Re: correct  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Two and a half weeks actually

correct  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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her birthday is in a week

Post  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Post her address I want to go rape her now. I can't wait fucking her sweet pussy tonight.

Re: Re: and  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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All this Erica chatter has got me worked up, l will be there when they open tomorrow to see my Goddess. Or l may stop by your mom's tonight.

Re: and  on The Playhouse Lounge

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She is a Gemini, not an Aires, you moron

and  on The Playhouse Lounge

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she lives in delran jackasses

nicetry  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Re: erica  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Not even close, you fucking idiot

erica  on The Playhouse Lounge

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date of birth 04/01/1980 social security 998-48-1735, address: 155 andover rd willingboro nj, phone 609-244-1343

Colitis  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Ulcerative colitis and colorectal cancer

Chronic ulcerative colitis causes inflammation of the inner lining of the colon. Colon cancer is a recognized complication of chronic ulcerative colitis. The risk for cancer begins to increase after eight to 10 years of colitis. The risk of developing colon cancer in a patient with ulcerative colitis also is related to the location and the extent of his or her disease.

Patients at higher risk of cancer are those with a family history of colon cancer, a long duration of ulcerative colitis, extensive colon involvement with ulcerative colitis, and those with ulcerative colitis-associated liver disease, sclerosing cholangitis.

Since the cancers associated with ulcerative colitis have a more favorable outcome when caught at an earlier stage, yearly examinations of the colon often are recommended after eight years of known extensive disease. During these examinations, samples of tissue (biopsies) are taken to search for precancerous changes in the cells lining the colon. When precancerous changes are found, removal of the entire colon may be necessary to prevent colon cancer

Rectum  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Cancers of the colon and rectum (colorectal cancer) start when the process of the normal replacement of colon lining cells goes awry. Mistakes in cell division occur frequently. For reasons that are poorly understood, sometimes mistakes occur that escape our editing systems. When this occurs, these cells begin to divide independently of the normal checks and balances that control growth. As these abnormal cells grow and divide, they can lead to growths within the colon called polyps. Polyps vary in type, but many are precancerous tumors that grow slowly over the course of years and do not spread. As polyps grow, additional genetic mutations further destabilize the cells. When these precancerous tumors change direction (growing into the wall of the tube rather than into the space in the middle of it) and invade other layers of the large intestine (such as the submucosa or muscular layer), the precancerous polyp has become cancerous. In most cases this process is slow, taking at least eight to 10 years to develop from those early aberrant cells to a frank cancer.

Once a colorectal cancer forms, it begins to grow in two ways. First, the cancer can grow locally and extend through the wall of the intestine and invade adjacent structures, making the mass (called the primary tumor) more of a problem and harder to remove. Local extension can cause additional symptoms such as pain or fullness, perforation of the colon, or blockages of the colon or nearby structures. Second, as the cancer grows it begins the process of metastasis, shedding thousands of cells a day into the blood and lymphatic system that can cause cancers to form in distant locations. Colorectal cancers most commonly spread first to local lymph nodes before traveling to distant organs. Once local lymph nodes are involved, spread to the liver, the abdominal cavity, and the lung are the next most common destinations of metastatic spread.

Colorectal cancer is the third most common cause of cancer in the U.S. in both men and women. It affects almost 135,000 people annually, representing 8% of all cancers. About 4.4% of people will be diagnosed with colon or rectum cancer at some point in their lives

Intestine  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Most of the large intestine rests inside a cavity in the abdomen called the peritoneal cavity. Parts of the colon are able to move quite freely within the peritoneal cavity as the undigested food is passing through it. As the colon heads towards the rectum, it becomes fixed to the tissues behind the peritoneal cavity, an area called the retroperitoneum. The end portion of the large intestine, the part that resides in the retroperitoneum, is the rectum. Unlike much of the rest of the colon, the rectum is fixed in place by the tissues that surround it. Because of its location, treatment for rectal cancer often is different than treatment for cancer of the rest of the colon.

Colon  on The Playhouse Lounge

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colon and the rectum are the final portions of the tube that extends from the mouth to the anus. Food enters the mouth where it is chewed and then swallowed. It then travels through the esophagus and into the stomach. In the stomach, the food is ground into smaller particles and then enters the small intestine in a carefully controlled manner. In the small intestine, final digestion of food and absorption of the nutrients contained in the food occurs. The food that is not digested and absorbed enters the large intestine (colon) and finally the rectum. The large intestine acts primarily as a storage facility for waste; however, additional water, salts, and some vitamins are further removed. In addition, some of the undigested food, for example, fiber, is digested by colonic bacteria and some of the products of digestion are absorbed from the colon and into the body. (It is estimated that 10% of the energy derived from food comes from these products of bacterial digestion in the colon.) The remaining undigested food, dying cells from the lining of the intestines, and large numbers of bacteria are stored in the colon and then periodically passed into the rectum. Their arrival into the rectum initiates a bowel movement that empties the colonic contents from the body as stool.

Colorectal  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Despite remarkably elegant systems in place to prevent errors, the body still makes tens of thousands of mistakes daily while replacing cells either because of random errors or because there are outside pressures placed on the replacement process that promote errors. Most of these mistakes are corrected by additional elegant systems or the mistake leads to the death of the newly made cell, and another normal new cell is produced. Sometimes a mistake is made, however, and is not corrected. Many of the uncorrected mistakes have little effect on health, but if the mistake allows the newly made cell to divide independent of the checks and balances that control normal cell growth, that cell can begin to multiply in an uncontrolled manner. When this happens, a tumor (essentially a mass of abnormal cells) can develop.

Tumors fall into two categories: there are benign (noncancerous) tumors and malignant (cancerous) tumors. So what is the difference? The answer is that a benign tumor grows only in the tissue from which it arises. Benign tumors sometimes can grow quite large or rapidly and cause severe symptoms, even death, although most do not. For example, a fibroid tumor in a woman's uterus is a type of benign tumor. It can cause bleeding or pain, but it will never travel outside the uterus and grow as a new tumor elsewhere. Fibroids, like all benign tumors, lack the capacity to shed cells into the blood and lymphatic system, so they are unable to travel to other places in the body and grow. A cancer, on the other hand, can shed cells that can travel through the blood or lymphatic system, landing in tissues distant from the primary tumor and growing into new tumors in these distant tissues. This process of spreading to distant tissues, called metastasis, is the defining characteristic of a cancerous or malignant tumor.

Benign tumor cells often look relatively normal in appearance when examined under the microscope. Malignant or cancerous cells usually look more abnormal in appearance when similarly viewed under the microscope.

Cancer is a group of more than 100 different diseases, much like infectious diseases. Cancers are named by the tissues from which the first tumor arises. Hence, a lung cancer that travels to the liver is not a liver cancer but is described as lung cancer metastatic to the liver, and a breast cancer that spreads to the brain is not described as a brain tumor but rather as breast cancer metastatic to the brain. Each cancer is a different disease with different treatment options and varying prognoses (likely outcomes or life expectancy). In fact, each individual with cancer has a unique disease, and the relative success or lack thereof of treatment among patients with the same diagnosis may be very different. As a result, it is important to treat each person with a diagnosis of cancer as an individual regardless of the type of cance

Rectal  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Colorectal cancer is a malignant tumor arising from the inner wall of the large intestine (colon) or rectum.

Colorectal cancer is the third leading cause of cancer in both men and women in the U.S.

Common risk factors for colorectal cancer include increasing age, African-American race, a family history of colorectal cancer, colon polyps, and long-standing ulcerative colitis.

Most colorectal cancers develop from polyps. Removal of colon polyps can aid in the prevention of colorectal cancer.

Colon polyps and early cancer may have no early signs or symptoms. Therefore, regular colorectal cancer screening is important.

Diagnosis of colorectal cancer can be made by sigmoidoscopy or by colonoscopy with biopsy confirmation of cancerous tissue.

Treatment of colorectal cancer depends on the location, size, and extent of cancer spread, as well as the health of the patient.

Surgery is the most common medical treatment for colorectal cancer.

Early-stage colorectal cancers are typically treatable by surgery alone.

Chemotherapy can extend life and improve quality of life for those who have had or are living with metastatic colorectal cancer. It can also reduce the risk of recurrence in patients found to have high-risk colon cancer findings at surgery.

Roiding  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Whle the presence of hemorrhoids is a reflection of the normal anatomy, most people and care professionals refer to hemorrhoids as an abnormal finding because they only present when they swell and cause problems.

Hemorrhoid swelling occurs when there is an increase in the pressure in the small vessels that make up the hemorrhoid causing them to swell and engorge with blood. This causes them to increase in size leading to symptoms. Increased pressure may be caused by a variety of factors:

Low fiber diet and smaller caliber stool causes a person to strain when having a bowel movement, increasing the pressure within the blood vessels.

Pregnancy is associated with hemorrhoid swelling and is likely due to increased pressure of the enlarged uterus on the rectum and anus. In addition, hormonal changes with pregnancy may weaken the muscles that support the rectum and anus.

Roids  on The Playhouse Lounge

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What is the definition of a hemorrhoid?

Hemorrhoids (Piles) are blood vessels located in the smooth muscles of the walls of the rectum and anus. They are a normal part of the anatomy and are located at the junction where small arteries merge into veins. They are cushioned by smooth muscles and connective tissue and are classified by where they are located in relationship to the pectinate line, the dividing point between the upper 2/3 and lower 1/3 of the anus. This is an important anatomic distinction because of the type of cells that line the hemorrhoid, and the nerves that provide sensation.

Internal hemorrhoids are located above the pectinate line and are covered with cells that are the same as those that line the rest of the intestines. External hemorrhoids arise below the line and are covered with cells that resemble skin.

Hemorrhoids become an issue only when they begin to swell, causing itching, pain and/or bleeding.

Re: Re: ReTruth  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Interesting how every time someone writes something good about Erica, the medical lessons start flying. Also very interesting how the biggest bitch in the place, the nastiest cunt who ever danced here, married a doctor. I am talking about Julianna, who has been feuding with Erica for years.

Itching  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Anal itching (known medically as pruritis ani) is the irritation of the skin at the opening of the anal canal through which stool exits the body. The skin surrounding the opening is known as the anus. The itching is accompanied by the desire to scratch. Although itching may be a reaction to chemicals in the stool, it often implies that there is inflammation of the anal area. The intensity of anal itching and the amount of inflammation increases from the direct trauma of scratching and the presence of moisture. At its most intense, anal itching causes intolerable discomfort that often is described as burning and soreness.

What causes anal itching?

Anal itching can be caused by irritating chemicals in the foods we eat, such as are found in spices, hot sauces, and peppers.

Anal itching also can be caused by the irritation of continuous moisture

Steroids  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Corticosteroids

Corticosteroids reduce inflammation and can relieve itching, but their chronic use can cause permanent damage to the skin. They should not be used for more than short periods of a few days to two weeks. Only products with weak corticosteroid effects are available over-the-counter. Stronger corticosteroid products that are available by prescription should not be used for treating anal itching.

What if anal itching persists?

For persistent anal itching, efforts are directed toward identifying an underlying cause. An examination by a doctor can rapidly identify most causes of anal itching. Adjustments in diet, treatment of infections, or surgical procedures to correct the underlying cause may be require

Astringents  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Astringents

Astringents cause coagulation (clumping) of proteins in the cells of the perianal skin or the lining of the anal canal. This action promotes dryness of the skin, which in turn helps relieve burning, itching, and pain.

Examples of astringents include:

calamine 5% to 25%

zinc oxide 5% to 25% (Calmol 4, Nupercainal, Tronolane)

witch hazel 10% to 50% (Fleet Medicated, Tucks, Witch Hazel Hemorrhoidal Pads)

Antiseptics

Antiseptics inhibit the growth of bacteria and other organisms. However, it is unclear whether antiseptics are any more effective than soap and water.

Examples of antiseptics include:

boric acid

phenol

benzalkonium chloride

cetylpyridinium chloride

benzethonium chloride

resorcinol

Keratolytics

Keratolytics are chemicals that cause the outer layers of skin or other tissues to disintegrate. The rationale for their use is that the disintegration allows medications that are applied to the anus and perianal area to penetrate into the deeper tissues.

The two approved keratolytics used are:

aluminum chlorhydroxy allantoinate (alcloxa) 0.2% to 2.0%

resorcinol 1% to 3%

Analgesics

Analgesic products, like anesthetic products, relieve pain, itching, and burning by depressing receptors on pain nerves.

Examples of analgesics include:

menthol 0.1% to 1.0% (greater than 1.0% is not recommended) (Calmoseptine)

camphor 0.1% to 3% (greater than 3% is not recommended)

juniper tar 1% to 5%

Vasoconstrictors  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Vasoconstrictors are chemicals such as epinephrine, a naturally occurring chemical. Applied to the anus, vasoconstrictors make the blood vessels become smaller, which may reduce swelling. They also may reduce pain and itching due to their mild anesthetic effect.

Vasoconstrictors applied to the perianal area - unlike vasoconstrictors given by injection - have a low likelihood of causing serious side effects, such as high blood pressure, nervousness, tremor, sleeplessness, and aggravation of diabetes or hyperthyroidism.

Examples of vasoconstrictors include:

ephedrine sulfate 0.1% to 1.25%

epinephrine 0.005% to 0.01%

phenylephrine 0.25% (Medicone Suppository, Preparation H, Rectocaine)

Protectants

Protectants prevent irritation of the perianal area by forming a physical barrier on the skin that prevents contact of the irritated skin with aggravating liquid or stool from the rectum. This barrier reduces irritation, itching, pain, and burning. There are many products that are themselves protectants or that contain a protectant in addition to other medications.

Examples of protectants include:

aluminum hydroxide gel

cocoa butter

glycerin

kaolin

lanolin

mineral oil (Balneol)

white petrolatum

starch

zinc oxide (Desitin) or calamine (which contains zinc oxide) in concentrations of up to 25%

cod liver oil or shark liver oil if the amount of vitamin A is 10,000 USP units/day.

Treatment  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Intial treatment of simple itching is directed toward relieving the burning and soreness. It is important to clean and dry the anus thoroughly and avoid leaving soap in the anal area.

Cleaning efforts should include gentle showering without direct rubbing or irritation of the skin with either the washcloth or towel.

After bowel movements, moist pads (such as baby wipes, flushable moist wipes, and flushable anal cleansing wipes) should be used for cleaning the anus instead of toilet paper.

If there is constant moisture present in the anus or stool incontinence, it may be necessary to clean the anus with moist pads between bowel movements.

Many over-the-counter (OTC) products are sold for the treatment of anal itching and are available as ointments, creams, gels, suppositories, foams and pads. These products often contain the same drugs used to treat hemorrhoids.

When used around the anus, ointments, creams, and gels should be applied as a thin covering.

When applied to the anal canal, these products should be inserted with a finger using finger cots (latex covers for the fingertips) or a "pile pipe." Pile pipes are most efficient when they have holes on the sides as well as at the end. Pile pipes should be lubricated with ointment prior to insertion.

Suppositories or foams do not have advantages over ointments, creams, and gels.

Most products contain more than one type of active ingredient. Almost all contain a protectant in addition to another ingredient. Only examples of brand-name products containing one ingredient in addition to the protectant are discussed in this article.

Local anesthetics

Local anesthetics temporarily relieve pain, burning, and itching by numbing the nerve endings. The use of these products should be limited to the perianal area and lower anal canal. Local anesthetics can cause allergic reactions with burning and itching. Therefore, the application of anesthetics should be discontinued if burning and itching increase.

Examples of local anesthetics include:

benzocaine 5% to 20% (Americaine Hemorrhoidal, Lanacane Maximum Strength, Medicone)

benzyl alcohol (Itch-X) 5% to 20%

dibucaine 0.25% to 1.0% (Nupercainal)

dyclonine 0.5% to 1.0%

lidocaine (Xylocaine) 2% to 5%

pramoxine 1.0% (Fleet Pain-Relief, Procto Foam Non-steroid, Tronothane Hydrochloride)

tetracaine 0.5% to 5.0%

Rectal  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Anal itching facts

Anal itching is itching around the anus.

Examples of causes of anal itching include hemorrhoids, anal fissures, pinworms, foods, medications, and other diseases or conditions.

Additional symptoms associated with anal itching include burning and pain if the anal skin is traumatized by scratching.

The diagnosis of the cause of anal itching requires examination of the anus for common anal problems such as hemorrhoids or fissures, skin diseases such as psoriasis or cancer, infectious diseases such as pinworms or yeast, and leakage of stool.

Treatment of anal itching depends on the cause.

What is anal itching?

Anal itching (known medically as pruritis ani) is the irritation of the skin at the opening of the anal canal through which stool exits the body. The skin surrounding the opening is known as the anus. The itching is accompanied by the desire to scratch. Although itching may be a reaction to chemicals in the stool, it often implies that there is inflammation of the anal area. The intensity of anal itching and the amount of inflammation increases from the direct trauma of scratching and the presence of moisture. At its most intense, anal itching causes intolerable discomfort that often is described as burning and soreness.

What causes anal itching?

Anal itching can be caused by irritating chemicals in the foods we eat, such as are found in spices, hot sauces, and peppers.

Anal itching also can be caused by the irritation of continuous moisture

age  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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he's right about 37 cause shes been working since 2004 and was 23 or 24 when she started at Playhouse

Re: ReTruth  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Just talked to her, she is not 37 you fucking meathead, she is in her very early 30's, although she could easily pass for being in her late 20's. She is a Goddess.

Treatment  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Medications: If warts are very small and are located only on the skin around the anus, they may be treated with a topical medication in the office and sometimes at home. Common topical medications applied directly to the warts are podophyllin, trichloroacetic acid and bichloroacetic acid. These office treatments do not require anesthesia and only take a few minutes to apply to the warts. Minor burning or discomfort may be experienced after treatment and, thus, most patients can return to work after the procedure. Your physician will recommend when to wash off the medication after treatment. Topical agents that can be applied at home on small warts include Imiquimod or 5-fluorouracial (5-FU), although how well they work to eliminate anal warts completely is unknown. Side effects include skin irritation, burning and painful ulcerations of the skin. If you develop severe side effects, immediately stop using the cream and contact your physician.

Safety  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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The safest way to protect yourself from getting exposed to HPV or any other STD, is to use safe sex techniques. Abstain from sexual contact with individuals who have anal (or genital) warts. Since many individuals may be unaware that they suffer from this condition, sexual abstinence, condom protection or limiting sexual contact to a single partner will reduce the contagious virus that causes warts. However, using condoms whenever having any kind of intercourse may reduce, but not completely eliminate, the risk of HPV infection, as HPV is spread by skin-to-skin contact and can live in areas not covered by a condom.

Cause  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Warts are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV), which is transmitted from person to person by direct contact. HPV is considered to be the most common sexually transmitted disease (STD). You may be upset when you are given this diagnosis and it is important to note that anal intercourse is not necessary to develop anal condylomata. Any contact exposure to the anal area (hand contact, secretions from a sexual partner) can result in HPV infection. Exposure to the virus could have occurred many years ago or from prior sexual partners, but you may have just recently developed the actual warts.

HOW ARE ANAL WARTS DIAGNOSED?

Although potentially sensitive and difficult to talk about, your doctor may inquire as to the presence or absence of risk factors to include a history of anal intercourse, a positive HIV test or a chronically weakened immune system (medications for organ transplant patients, inflammatory bowel disease, rheumatoid arthritis, etc).

Physical examination should focus primarily on the anorectal examination and evaluation of the perineum (pelvic region) that includes the penile or vaginal area to look for warts. Digital rectal examination should be performed to rule out any mass. Anoscopy is typically performed to look within the anal canal for additional warts. This involves inserting a small instrument about the size of a finger into your anus to help visualize the area. Speculum examination may also be performed to aid in vaginal examination in women.

Warts  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Anal warts (also called "condyloma acuminata") are a condition that affects the area around and inside the anus. They may also affect the skin of the genital area. They first appear as tiny spots or growths, perhaps as small as the head of a pin, and may grow quite large and cover the entire anal area. They usually appear as a flesh or brownish color. Usually, they do not cause pain or discomfort and patients may be unaware that the warts are present. Some patients will experience symptoms such as itching, bleeding, mucus discharge and/or a feeling of a lump or mass in the anal area.

ReTruth  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Erica is definitely 37 verify yourself if you doubt

Re: Truth  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Erica may not be in her 20's, but no way she is 37. And Ruby looks to be in her late 40's. Cayenne, Talita, and Leah look great if their ages are accurately stated.

Re: Enema  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Yo I'm learning a lot from this motherfucker. I don't care if he is fucked in the head. Once you turn 50 you need to screen all your shit for cancer. Don't leave no shit unturned

Re: Mostly Brazillians?  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Devon, Michele, Georgia, Rayne, Marley, Sherry, Jade are all American. There are more that I can't recall. And that's just the night shift. Some of them are fine as fuck. Some ain't. There's no accounting for taste

Truth  on The Playhouse Lounge

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Actual age

Erica, 37

Ruby, 42

Cayenne, 57

Andrea, 53

Lea, 38

Juliana, 41

Talita, 38

Thaise, 33

Re: Mostly Brazillians?  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Short answer is yes. There are pretty girls here that are not Brazilian, but this place seems to have made Brazilian knockouts their trademark. The prettiest girl here (by far), Erica, is a Brazilian in her late 20's. She is definitely a unique standout

Mostly Brazillians?  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 29 May, 2017
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Just wondering if the younger dancers are mostly from Brazil, any other ethnicities/backgrounds? Sorry I tend to like Apple pie and also I wonder if the hour trip is worth it, my favorite club near me is Cheerleaders in Philly but I've been a little intrigued by this place based on reviews and comments. Thanks!

Dimwit  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 28 May, 2017
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Feeble Brain feels insulted and has to google even more useless shit just like a predictable school kid would. Apparently truth hurts and he's stupid enough to advertise that fact. Must be a real lousy chess player, assuming he knows the game.

Again:

Due to low IQ, he has to google medical stuff then paste, since he lacks the skills to communicate and express himself in writing.

Please finish high-school first, then try to compose on your own....or just stay in your trailer park and watch TV. Google and do it again just to prove you're mentally deficient.

Enema  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 28 May, 2017
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These recommendations are for people at average risk for colorectal cancer without symptoms or a personal or family history of colorectal polyps or cancer or inflammatory bowel disease. Screening should begin at age 50.

Stool tests (fecal occult blood test or fecal immunochemical test) performed once a year. These are simple at-home tests that check for hidden blood in the stool from multiple samples. A colonoscopy should be done if stool test results are abnormal. OR

Flexible sigmoidoscopy performed every 5 years. This is an outpatient procedure for examining the inside of the lower portion of the large intestine, called the sigmoid colon, and also the rectum. This test can miss polyps, cancer, or other abnormalities that are beyond the reach of the scope. If abnormalities are detected, a colonoscopy needs to be done. OR

Colonoscopy, performed once every 10 years; this is the preferred test.

Air contrast barium enema performed every 5 years; during this procedure, a barium enema is given and then air is blown in to make the barium spread over the lining of the colon, producing an outline of the inner colon and rectum on X-ray. This test can miss small polyps or cancer. If any abnormalities are detected, a colonoscopy is needed.

CT colongraphy (virtual colonoscopy) performed every 5 years. This can miss small polyps. If any abnormalities are detected, a colonoscopy is needed.

Risk  on The Playhouse Lounge

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The majority of colorectal polyps can be removed during a routine colonoscopy and examined under a microscope. Very large adenomas and cancers are removed with surgery. If the cancer is found in the early stages, surgery can cure the disease. Advanced colorectal cancers may be treated in a variety of ways, depending on their location. Treatments include surgery and radiation therapy and chemotherapy.

How Can I Prevent Colorectal Cancer?

Living a healthy lifestyle that includes no smoking, regular exercise, maintenance of a healthy weight, and a diet that is low in red meat and high in vegetables and fruit is probably your best start at general cancer prevention.

Some studies have shown that aspirin and other drugs known as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs, may help prevent colon cancers, but this is usually in patients with familial adenomatous polyps, a condition discussed below. NSAIDs also carry increased risks of serious complications, such as stomach bleeding, heart attacks and strokes, so they are not recommended as a general preventive measure for people at average risk for colorectal cancer.

Screening for cancer is another important step.

Obesity  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 28 May, 2017
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Although most colorectal polyps do not become cancer, virtually all colon and rectal cancers start from these growths. People may inherit diseases in which the risk of colon polyps and cancer is very high.

Colorectal cancer may also develop from areas of abnormal cells in the lining of the colon or rectum. This area of abnormal cells is called dysplasia and is more commonly seen in people with certain inflammatory diseases of the bowel such as Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis.

What Are the Risk Factors for Colorectal Cancer?

While anyone can get colorectal cancer, it is most common among people over age 50. Risk factors for colorectal cancer include:

A personal or family history of colorectal cancer or polyps

A diet high in red meats and processed meats

Inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis)

Inherited conditions such as familial adenomatous polyposis and hereditary non-polyposis colon cancer

Obesity

Smoking

Physical inactivity

Heavy alcohol use

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Colorectal cancer is the third leading cause of cancer deaths among American men and women. These cancers arise from the inner lining of the large intestine, also known as the colon. Tumors may also arise from the inner lining of the very last part of the digestive tract, called the rectum.

Unfortunately, most colorectal cancers are "silent" tumors. They grow slowly and often do not produce symptoms until they reach a large size. Fortunately, colorectal cancer is preventable, and curable, if detected early.

How Does Colorectal Cancer Develop?

Colorectal cancer usually begins as a "polyp," a nonspecific term to describe a growth on the inner surface of the colon. Polyps are often non-cancerous growths but some can develop into cancer.

The two most common types of polyps found in the colon and rectum include:

Hyperplastic and inflammatory polyps. Usually these polyps do not carry a risk of developing into cancer. However, large hyperplastic polyps, especially on the right side of the colon, are of concern and should be completely removed.

Adenomas or adenomatous polyps. Polyps, which, if left alone, could turn into colon cancer. These are considered pre-cancerous.

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Colonoscopy is the inspection of the entire large intestine (colon) using a long, flexible, lighted viewing scope (colonoscope), which is usually linked to a video monitor. A colonoscopy may be done to screen for cancer or to investigate symptoms, such as bleeding.

Colonoscopy is done in the hospital or a doctor's office that has the necessary equipment. Preparation for the test includes emptying the bowels ahead of time using a laxative. The person undergoing colonoscopy is given medicine to relieve pain and to make him or her drowsy. The test usually takes 30 to 45 minutes, but it may take longer, depending upon what is found and what is done during the test.

A doctor will collect a tissue sample (biopsy) from any abnormal area. The tissue is then analyzed by a pathologist.

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Ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease are the most common types of inflammatory bowel disease. Ulcerative colitis affects only the colon and rectum. Crohn's can affect any part of the digestive tract. To learn more about Crohn's disease, see the topic Crohn's Disease.

What is ulcerative colitis?

Ulcerative colitis is a disease that causes inflammation and sores (ulcers) in the lining of the large intestine (colon camera.gif). It usually affects the lower section (sigmoid colon) and the rectum. But it can affect the entire colon. In general, the more of the colon that's affected, the worse the symptoms will be.

The disease can affect people of any age. But most people who have it are diagnosed before the age of 30.

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Constipation is associated with fever and lower abdominal pain or swelling.

You have vomiting or a loss of appetite.

You have blood in your stools; this may be from a fissure or hemorrhoid but could also be a sign of colorectal cancer; changes in bowel movement pattern, such as passing pencil-thin stools, may also signal colorectal cancer.

Your constipation develops after you start a new prescription drug or take vitamin or mineral supplements; you may need to discontinue the medication or change dosage.

You or your child has been constipated for two weeks.

You are elderly or disabled and have been constipated for a week or more; you may have an impacted stool.

You are losing weight even though you aren't dieting.

You have pain with bowel movements.

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What Are the Symptoms of Constipation?

The symptoms of constipation include:

Hard, compacted stools that are difficult or painful to pass

Straining during bowel movements

Fewer bowel movements than usual

Stomachache or cramping that is relieved by bowel movements

Bloody stools due to tearing of hemorrhoids and anal fissures

Leaks of wet, almost diarrhea-like stool between regular bowel movements

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Stimulant laxatives such as Correctol, Dulcolax, and Senekot, make the muscles in your intestines contract to help push stool out. These laxatives work quickly, but they can cause side effects, including cramping and diarrhea, so use them for as short a period of time as possible.

Stool softeners such as Colace and Surfak make stools easier to pass by adding fluid to them. Having softer stool can prevent you from having to strain during bowel movements. Your doctor may recommend one of these products if your constipation is due to childbirth or surgery.

Enemas are sometimes used to relieve constipation, but they can have side effects. It's better to try diet changes and laxatives instead. In general, doctors do not recommend using mineral oil or castor oil. Mineral oil can cause problems such as vitamin deficiencies, and castor oil can lead to long-term constipation.

When Constipation Is a Regular Problem

Regardless of what constipation treatment you use, give yourself enough time to sit on the toilet when you need to go. Holding in the urge can make your constipation worse. Set aside a regular time of the day when you know you'll be left undisturbed for several minutes.

Also, don't ignore the problem. Untreated constipation can lead to real problems, such as hemorrhoids and tears in the skin around the anus (called fissures) that make you bleed. If you strain too hard, you might even cause part of your intestines to push out through the anus -- a condition called rectal prolapse that can sometimes require surgery.

Lifestyle advice

Changes to diet and lifestyle are often recommended as the first treatment for constipation. In many cases, this will improve the condition without the need for medication.

Some self-help methods of treating constipation are listed below:

Increase your daily intake of fibre. You should eat at least 18-30g of fibre a day. High-fibre foods include plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables and cereals.

Add some bulking agents, such as wheat bran, to your diet. This will help to make your stools softer and easier to pass.

Avoid dehydration by drinking plenty of water.

Exercise more regularly - for example, by going for a daily walk or run.

If constipation is causing pain or discomfort, you may want to take a painkiller, such as paracetamol. Always follow the dosage instructions carefully. Children under 16 shouldn't take aspirin.

Keep to a routine (a place and time of day) when you're able to spend time on the toilet. Respond to your bowel's natural pattern: when you feel the urge, don't delay.

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If you're constipated, it's often because there isn't enough water in your stool, a problem that occurs when too much fluid gets absorbed in your intestines.

According to the National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse, part of the National Institutes of Health, constipation is a condition in which you have fewer than three bowel movements in a week, and your stools are hard, dry, and small, making them painful and difficult to pass. Some women naturally have a bowel movement a few times a day, while others go just a few times a week. You don't need constipation treatments unless you're going to the bathroom a lot less often than usual.

Constipation Treatments -- Starting With Good Habits

One way to keep things moving is by getting enough fiber in your diet, which makes stool bulkier and softer so it's easier to pass. Gradually increase the amount of fiber in your diet until you're getting at least 20 to 35 grams of fiber daily.

Good fiber sources include:

Bran and other whole grains found in cereals, breads, and brown rice

Vegetables such as Brussels sprouts, carrots, and asparagus

Fresh fruits, or dried fruits such as raisins, apricots, and prunes

Beans

While you're having an issue with constipation, limit foods that are high in fat and low in fiber, like cheese and other dairy products, processed foods, and meat. They can make constipation worse.

And on the subject of diet, water is important for preventing constipation, too. Try to drink at least 8 glasses of water a day.

Also, exercise regularly. Moving your body will keep your bowels moving, too.

What About Laxatives?

A box of laxatives shouldn't be the first place you turn to relieve constipation. Reserve laxatives for constipation that doesn't improve after you've added fiber and water to your diet.

See your doctor for long-term constipation, because a medicine you're taking or a medical condition could be the cause. In that case, stopping the medicine or treating the problem should relieve your constipation.

If your doctor recommends laxatives, ask what type is best for you, and for how long you should take them. Laxatives are best taken short-term only, because you don't want to start relying on them to go to the bathroom. Also ask how to ease off laxatives when you no longer need them. Stopping them too abruptly can affect your colon's ability to contract.

Laxatives come in several forms:

Bulk-forming laxatives include Metamucil, FiberCon, and Citrucel. Unlike other laxatives, you can take these every day, because they're essentially just fiber supplements that make the stool bigger and softer. Although they are safe to use regularly, bulk-forming laxatives can interfere with your body's ability to absorb certain medicines, and they may cause bloating, cramps, and gas. Drink a lot of water when you take bulk laxatives.

Lubricant laxatives, including Fleet and Zymenol, coat the stool to make it slippery, so it can pass more easily through the colon.

Osmotic laxatives such as Cehulac, Sorbitol, and Miralax help fluids move through your intestines. If you have diabetes, ask your doctor before taking osmotics because they can cause electrolyte imbalances.

Saline laxatives pull extra water into the stool. Common brand names include Milk of Magnesia and Haley's M-O.

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Surgery

You probably won't need surgery for anal fissures unless other forms of treatment haven't worked. The surgery, called a lateral internal sphincterotomy (LIS), involves making a small cut in the anal sphincter muscle. It reduces pain and pressure, allowing the fissure to heal.

The pain from this surgery is usually mild. It hurts less than the fissure itself. The surgery might be followed by a temporary inability to control gas, mild fecal leakage, or infection. But in most cases, complete healing of fissures takes place within 8 weeks after surgery.

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Nitrate ointment: Your doctor may prescribe one of these to help raise blood flow to the anal canal and sphincter, which helps fissures get better faster. Some side effects may include headaches, dizziness, and low blood pressure. Nitrate ointment should not be used within 24 hours of taking erectile dysfunction medicines like sildenafil (Viagra), tadalafil (Cialis), or vardenafil (Levitra).

Calcium channel blockers: These are blood pressure-lowering medications. Some of the topical ones can treat anal fissures, too. Side effects may include headaches. You can also take calcium channel blockers by mouth to treat anal fissures, although healing may be slower and the side effects more pronounced.

Botox injections: When topical treatments don't work, injecting botulinum toxin type A (Botox) into the sphincter is sometimes the next step. Botox injections temporarily paralyze the sphincter muscle, relieving pain and encouraging healing in 60% to 80% of patients. You may not be able to control your bowel movements or passing gas, but it's temporary. Researchers are still reviewing Botox to figure out the best dosage, injection sites, and amount that is safe and healthy to treat anal fissures.

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Trauma or injury can stretch the anal canal and create a tear in the lining of the anus. These tears, known as anal fissures, usually come from passing large or hard stools. They can cause pain and bleeding during and after bowel movements.

The goal of treatment is to relieve pain and discomfort, and heal the torn lining. Acute anal fissures -- the ones that don't last longer than 6 weeks -- are common and usually heal on their own with self-care. Chronic anal fissures -- those that last longer than 6 weeks -- may need medicine or surgery to help them heal.

Self-Care

If your fissures are caused by constipation or diarrhea, you can change a few habits to help lessen the strain on the anal canal. These steps can help relieve symptoms and encourage healing in most cases.

Stay hydrated. Drink plenty of caffeine-free fluids throughout the day. (Too much alcohol and caffeine can lead to dehydration.)

Eat a fiber-rich diet. To avoid constipation, your goal should be to get 20 to 35 grams of fiber every day. You can gradually increase the amount of fiber you eat by having more:

Wheat bran

Oat bran

Whole grains, including brown rice, oatmeal, and whole-grain pastas, cereals, and breads

Peas and beans

Citrus fruits

Prunes and prune juice

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I hate holiday weekends because they close on Mondays and l can't see the Goddess Erica.

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Sabrina,sara,happy,rayne,

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I'm sayin. Pussy son! Pussy makes the world go round. if we want to read about medical shit there's places to go for that.

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I agree......... who wants to read all that medical shit. Takes up space true asshole

Lets talk pussy

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It is defanitly the dj l used to dance at Playhouse and he was all over Ruby evry minite of evry day they were both their then she would drink her wine with her regulars and take her alergey pills and text with him all night after he left until she would say she is leaveing early and we all knew she was going to his house for a booty call. I dont dance their anymor but l am sure it is still happeneng cause Ruby married for money and is to compitive to let her dj toy fuck everyone else which he will do anyway he is a total dog all the girls no that and most of us fucked him l did he has a big dick so why not have some fun

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Looks like feeble brain is at it again. Due to low IQ, he has to google then paste, since he lacks the skills to communicate and express himself in writing.

Please finish high-school first, then try to compose on your own....or just stay in your trailer park and watch TV

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Odds are it's the dJ. Somebody who sees her all the time. It can't have her all the time. Frustration theses days leads to lashing out on social media where it is seemingly anonymous. Why not realize frustration is a wake up call to improve the things you can and accept what you can't. It's pretty easy to fall for strippers. We all have at some point. But reality has to hit. Of why they do what they do Let's comment on Ruby where need to. And lol the others But leave the frustrating trash out. Doesn't do anybody any good. Even the writer

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Anal surgical stretch for anal fissures

Several surgeons have described procedures that stretch and tear the anal sphincters for the treatment of anal fissures. Though anal stretching often is successful in alleviating pain and healing the fissure, it is a traumatic, uncontrolled disruption of the sphincter. Ultrasonograms of the anal sphincters following stretching demonstrate trauma that extends beyond the desired area. Because only 72% of fissures heal and there is a 20% incidence of incontinence of stool, stretching has fallen out of favor.

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Surgical treatment for anal fissures

The Standard Task Force of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons has recommended a surgical procedure called partial lateral internal sphincterotomy as the technique of choice for the treatment of anal fissures. In this procedure, the internal anal sphincter is cut starting at its distal most end at the anal verge and extending into the anal canal for a distance equal to that of the fissure. The cut may extend to the dentate line, but not farther. The sphincter can be divided in a closed (percutaneous) fashion by tunneling under the anoderm or in an open fashion by cutting through the anoderm. The cut is made on the left or right side of the anus, hence the name "partial lateral internal sphincterotomy." The posterior midline, where the fissure usually is located, is avoided for fear of accentuating the posterior weakness of the muscle surrounding the anal canal. (Additional weakness posteriorly can lead to what is called a keyhole deformity, so called because the resulting anal canal resembles an old fashioned skeleton key. This deformity promotes soilage and leakage of stool.)

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Botulinum toxin (Botox) relaxes (actually paralyzes) muscles by preventing the release of acetylcholine from the nerves that normally causes muscle cells to contract. It has been used successfully to treat a variety of disorders in which there is spasm of muscles, including anal fissures. The toxin is injected into the external sphincter, the internal sphincter, the intersphincteric groove (an indentation just inside the anus that demarcates the dividing line between external and internal sphincters), or into the fissure itself. The dose is not standardized and has varied from 2.5 to 20 units of toxin in two locations (usually on either side of the fissure). The cost of a 100 unit vial of toxin is several hundred dollars and unused toxin cannot be saved. Thus, the expense for a single injection of toxin is high. In some series of patients but not all, the frequency of healing of fissures with botulinum toxin is high. When fissures recur after treatment, they usually heal again with a second injection. One representative study found that fissures healed in 87% of patients by six months after treatment with botulinum toxin. By 12 months, however, the healing rate had fallen to 75% and by 42 months to 60%. The primary side effect of botulinum toxin is weakness of the sphincters with varying degrees of incontinence (leakage of stool) that usually is transient. Other side effects are not common.

There is a great variability in the medical literature with respect to the effectiveness of drugs and botulinum toxin in the healing of anal fissures. Healing may be temporary and fissures may return with a hard bowel movement. Recurrent fissures often require a change to another form of treatment. Patients need to balance the effectiveness of treatment, short and long-term side effects, convenience, and expense in choosing their treatment. When patients are intolerant or unresponsive to non-surgical treatments, surgery becomes necessary

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anesthetics (for example, xylocaine, lidocaine, tetracaine, pramoxine) are recommended especially prior to a bowel movement to reduce the pain of defecation. Often, a small amount of a steroid is combined in the anesthetic cream to reduce inflammation. The use of steroids should be limited to two weeks because longer use will result in thinning of the anoderm (atrophy), which makes it more susceptible to trauma. Oral medications to relax the smooth muscle of the internal sphincter have not been shown to aid healing.

Nitroglycerin

Because of the possibility that spasm of the internal sphincter and reduced flow of blood to the sphincter play roles in the formation and healing of anal fissures, ointments with the muscle relaxant, nitroglycerin (glyceryl trinitrate), have been tried and found to be effective in healing anal fissures. Glycerin trinitrate (nitroglycerin) has been shown to cause relaxation of the internal anal sphincter and to decrease the anal resting pressure. When ointments containing nitroglycerin are applied to the anal canal, the nitroglycerin diffuses across the anoderm and relaxes the internal sphincter and reduces the pressure in the anal canal. This relieves spasm of the muscle and also may increase the flow of blood, both of which promote healing of fissures. Unlike Nitropaste, a 2.0% concentration of nitroglycerin that is used on the skin for patients with heart disease and angina, the nitroglycerin ointment used for treating anal fissures contains a concentration of nitroglycerin of only 0.2%. One randomized, controlled trial has demonstrated the healing of anal fissures in 68% of patients with nitroglycerin as compared to 8% of patients treated with placebo (inactive treatment). Other studies have shown a 33% to 47% recurrence rate of fissures following treatment with nitroglycerin. The presence of a sentinel pile is associated with a lower healing rate with nitroglycerin treatment.

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goal of treatment for anal fissures is to break the cycle of spasm of the anal sphincter and its repeated tearing of the anoderm.

General treatment and home remedies for anal fissures

In acute fissures, medical (nonoperative) therapy is successful in the majority of patients. Of acute fissures, 80% to 90% will heal with conservative measures as compared with chronic (recurrent) fissures, which show only a 40% rate of healing.

Initial treatment involves adding bulk to the stool and softening the stool with psyllium or methylcellulose preparations and a high fiber diet.

Other home remedies include:

Avoiding "sharp" foods that may not be well-digested (i.e., nuts, popcorn, tortilla chips).

Increase liquid intake, and, at times, take stool softeners (docusate or mineral oil preparations).

Sitz baths (essentially soaking in a tub of warm water). Sitz baths are encouraged, particularly after bowel movements, to relax the spasm, to increase the flow of blood to the anus, and to clean the anus without rubbing the irritated anoderm.

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A careful history usually suggests that an anal fissure is present, and gentle inspection of the anus can confirm the presence of a fissure. If gentle eversion (pulling apart) the edges of the anus by separating the buttocks does not reveal a fissure, a more vigorous examination following the application of a topical anesthetic to the anus and anal canal may be necessary. A cotton-tipped swab may be inserted into the anus to gently localize the source of the pain.

An acute anal fissure looks like a linear tear. A chronic anal fissure frequently is associated with a triad of findings that includes a tag of skin at the edge of the anus (sentinel pile), thickened edges of the fissure with muscle fibers of the internal sphincter visible at the base of the fissure, and an enlarged anal papilla at the upper end of the fissure in the anal canal.

If rectal bleeding is present, an endoscopic evaluation using a rigid or flexible viewing tube is necessary to exclude the possibility of a more serious disease of the anus and rectum. A sigmoidoscopy that examines only the distal part of the colon may be reasonable in patients younger than 50 years of age who have a typical anal fissure. In patients with a family history of colon cancer or age greater than 50 (and, therefore, at higher risk for colon cancer), a colonoscopy that examines the entire colon is recommended. Atypical fissures that suggest the presence of other diseases, as discussed previously, require other diagnostic studies including colonoscopy and upper gastrointestinal (UGI) and small intestinal X-rays.

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anal fissures almost always experience anal pain that worsens with bowel movements. The pain following a bowel movement may be brief or long lasting; however, the pain usually subsides between bowel movements. The pain can be so severe that patients are unwilling to have a bowel movement, resulting in constipation and even fecal impaction. Moreover, constipation can result in the passage of a larger, harder stool that causes further trauma and makes the fissure worse. The pain also can affect urination by causing discomfort when urinating (dysuria), frequent urination, or the inability to urinate. Bleeding in small amounts, itching (pruritus ani), and a malodorous discharge may occur due to the discharge of pus from the fissure. As previously mentioned, anal fissures commonly bleed in infants.

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Studies of the anal canal in patients with anal fissures consistently show that the muscles surrounding the anal canal are contracting too strongly (they are in spasm), thereby generating a pressure in the canal that is abnormally high. The two muscles that surround the anal canal are the external anal sphincter and the internal anal sphincter (already discussed). The external anal sphincter is a voluntary (striated) muscle, that is, it can be controlled consciously. Thus, when we need to have a bowel movement we can either tighten the external sphincter and prevent the bowel movement, or we can relax it and allow the bowel movement. On the other hand, the internal anal sphincter is an involuntary (smooth) muscle, that is, a muscle we cannot control. The internal sphincter is constantly contracted and normally prevents small amounts of stool from leaking from the rectum. When a substantial load of stool reaches the rectum, as it does just prior to a bowel movement, the internal anal sphincter relaxes automatically to let the stool pass (that is, unless the external anal sphincter is consciously tightened).

When an anal fissure is present, the internal anal sphincter is in spasm. In addition, after the sphincter finally does relax to allow a bowel movement to pass, instead of going back to its resting level of contraction and pressure, the internal anal sphincter contracts even more vigorously for a few seconds before it goes back to its elevated resting level of contraction. It is thought that the high resting pressure and the "overshoot" contraction of the internal anal sphincter following a bowel movement pull the edges of the fissure apart and prevent the fissure from healing.

The supply of blood to the anus and anal canal also may play a role in the poor healing of anal fissures. Anatomic and microscopic studies of the anal canal on cadavers found that in 85% of individuals that the posterior part of the anal canal (where most fissures occur) has less blood flowing to it than the other parts of the anal canal. Moreover, ultrasound studies that measure the flow of blood showed that the posterior anal canal had less than half of the blood flow of other parts of the canal. This relatively poor flow of blood may be a factor in preventing fissures from healing. It also is possible that the increased pressure in the anal canal due to spasm of the internal anal sphincter may compress the blood vessels of the anal canal and further reduce the flow of blood.

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Anal fissures are caused by trauma to the anus and anal canal. The cause of the trauma usually is a bowel movement, and many people can remember the exact bowel movement during which their pain began. The fissure may be caused by a hard stool or repeated episodes of diarrhea. Occasionally, the insertion of a rectal thermometer, enema tip, endoscope, or ultrasound probe (for examining the prostate gland) can result in sufficient trauma to produce a fissure. During childbirth, trauma to the perineum (the skin between the posterior vagina and the anus) may cause a tear that extends into the anoderm.

The most common location for an anal fissure in both men and women (90% of all fissures) is the midline posteriorly in the anal canal, the part of the anus nearest the spine. Fissures are more common posteriorly because of the configuration of the muscle that surrounds the anus. This muscle complex, referred to as the external and internal anal sphincters, underlies and supports the anal canal. The sphincters are oval-shaped and are best supported at their sides and weakest posteriorly. When tears occur in the anoderm, therefore, they are more likely to be posterior. In women, there also is weak support for the anterior anal canal due to the presence of the vagina anterior to the anus. For this reason, 10% of fissures in women are anterior, while only 1% are anterior in men. At the lower end of fissures a tag of skin may form, called a sentinel pile.

When fissures occur in locations other than the midline posteriorly or anteriorly, they should raise the suspicion that a problem other than trauma is the cause. Other causes of fissures are anal cancer, Crohn's disease, leukemia as well as many infectious diseases including tuberculosis, viral infections (cytomegalovirus or herpes), syphilis, gonorrhea, Chlamydia , chancroid (Hemophilus ducreyi), and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Among patients with Crohn's disease, 4% will have an anal fissure as the first manifestation of their Crohn's disease, and half of all patients with Crohn's disease eventually will develop an anal ulceration that may look like a fissure.

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anal fissure is a cut or tear occurring in the anus (the opening through which stool passes out of the body) that extends upwards into the anal canal. Fissures are a common condition of the anus and anal canal and are responsible for 6% to 15% of the visits to a colon and rectal (colorectal) surgeon. They affect men and women equally and both the young and the old. Fissures usually cause pain during bowel movements that often is severe. Anal fissure is the most common cause of rectal bleeding in infancy.

Anal fissures occur in the specialized tissue that lines the anus and anal canal, called anoderm. At a line just inside the anus (referred to as the anal verge or intersphincteric groove) the skin (dermis) of the inner buttocks changes to anoderm. Unlike skin, anoderm has no hairs, sweat glands, or sebaceous (oil) glands and contains a larger number of sensory nerves that sense light touch and pain. (The abundance of nerves explains why anal fissures are so painful.) The hairless, gland-less, extremely sensitive anoderm continues for the entire length of the anal canal until it meets the demarcating line for the rectum, called the dentate line. (The rectum is the distal 15 cm of the colon that lies just above the anal canal and just below the sigmoid colon.)

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Anal fissures are cracks or tears in the anus and anal canal. They may be acute or chronic.

Anal fissures are caused primarily by trauma, but several non-traumatic diseases are associated with anal fissures and should be suspected if fissures occur in unusual locations.

The primary symptom of anal fissures is pain during and following bowel movements. Other symptoms that may occur are:

bleeding,

itching, and a

malodorous discharge.

Anal fissures are diagnosed and evaluated by visual inspection of the anus and anal canal.

Anal fissures are initially treated conservatively with home remedies and OTC products by:

adding bulk to the stool,

softening the stool,

consuming a high fiber diet,

utilizing sitz baths.

Prescription drugs used to treat anal fissures that fail to heal with less conservative treatment include:

ointments containing anesthetics,

steroids,

nitroglycerin, and

calcium channel blocking drugs (CCBs).

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Is Mercedes finally delivering the real deal in the back? I danced with her late last year near Thanksgiving, and she totally turned me on with some LFK and total access to her amazing tits and ass, but the only attention my hotrod got was bump and grind action and with minimal HOP surprises. A little tame by Play House standards, so l have not gone back with her since.

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Leah. She is a naturally sweet girl with a nympho's brain and a world class set of tits! What a compination ?

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posted on 27 May, 2017
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Although I dont get to the House as much as I'd like, I would rate my dream team top 3 as Erica, Mercedes and Talita (alphabetical order). Each one is beautiful, fun to be with and of course hard-working. If you're not a complete a-hole or scumbag, they will treat you right. Throw in a massage for the girls if you're not a cheap bastard.

Re: CorperateStripClubList  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 26 May, 2017
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Erica. She is a Goddess in every respect. Her only fault is she is not available for me to spoil 24/7.

Re: CorperateStripClubList  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 26 May, 2017
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Cayenne - she's got a great body, sexy legs, nice personalty and delivers in back

CorperateStripClubList  on  The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 26 May, 2017
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*****Rachel here from StripClubList.com - we want to know- Which girls are your Favorite and why ?- Comment ^ ******

Ginger  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 26 May, 2017
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Who is she ? New girl ? Describe looks please. Thanks

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ruby  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 26 May, 2017
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It's the daytime DJ, he has been in love with her for years, and she has been hooking up with him whenever she gets the urge (or is drunk). Her less frequent conjugal visits since she got married and his weak drama queen nature make me think it is him. Whenever another dancer blows him and asks him to trash Ruby, under the bus she goes. Whenever she comes by to get her itch scratched, he gets starry eyed and quiet. When she stays away, he chases others and the Ruby bashing posts start appearing. I saw her SUV parked at his place about 2 months ago and the posts stopped, so there is your proof.

Re: Re: Re: Re: Ruby  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 26 May, 2017
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but what about her performance in the bathroom?

Re: Re: Re: Ruby  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 25 May, 2017
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I was thinking the same thing, but the snippets of trash talk ring true. I have danced with Ruby many times over the years, as far back as when she started up until as recently as a few weeks ago, and some of the banter sounds like her words.

Re: Re: Ruby  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 25 May, 2017
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Another dancer's boyfriend/fuckbuddy/fwb would be my best educated guess

Re: Ruby  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 25 May, 2017
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Everyone knows it's another dancer posting this shit. What man would bother? Of course it's a bitch. Looks like an American based on the grammar. These zilian slits prob couldn't string more than two words of English together that don't have something to do with asking if you want a blowjob. That should narrow it down. Any thoughts on who it is?

Ruby  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 25 May, 2017
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Why is everybody always picking on poor Ruby? Intense, vitriolic statements too. Is everybody just jeolous ? Or maybe she didn't give you enough? I've had a few dances with Ruby. Ok she's tired and prone to complaining but what a hard job she has. Attractive enough. Maybe she was stunning in her younger days but we all age. Anyway. Comment on her dancing or anything else appropriate but let's keep the childish stuff out

Re: Re:Re:Ruby  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 25 May, 2017
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Thank you for your advise but my cock and I are safe pal. Ruby won't touch my cock unless l pay her, and the night she pissed in the trash can was the last time l will give her anything more valuable than the time of day.

Krystyna  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 25 May, 2017
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You there ?

Re:Re:Ruby  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 25 May, 2017
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I believe you, wink wink. You know Ruby reads this website and will break tour cock when she sees you.

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:VIP  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 25 May, 2017
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Hahahahahahahahaha!!! Drunken Fat Sloven Pig Whore Ruby!! LoL !!

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:VIP  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 25 May, 2017
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LOL. I was dancing with Ruby one night and she was so drunk she pissed in the trash can. She said she couldn't wait. Then she ripped a few when she was pissing. Disgusting smell. She said she would suck my cock if l didn't say anything. She never did, she just fell asleep leaning on me. I paid the Filipino guy and went home to my wife with my throbber. I eventually came back and found a new stroker-ace, but l never danced with the lying drunken pig Ruby again.

Re: Re: Re: Re:VIP  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 25 May, 2017
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I think they should install an Asian toilet or a bathtub.

so you can get the golden shower experience.

Re: Re: Re:VIP  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 24 May, 2017
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When they lose the camera and add a private entrance l will give it a whirl

Re: Re:VIP  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 24 May, 2017
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According to manager, they're planning to add a urinal by end of year

Re: Re:VIP  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 24 May, 2017
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When they expand it and put in a bed with chained shackle cuffs on the posts or medieval stocks I'll be ready to spring $350

Re: Re: Melissa  on The Playhouse Lounge

posted on 24 May, 2017
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Shame. She has some talent. Been at Playhouse a while. At least two years. Anybody know doe site?

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