Difference between revisions of "Category:Medical Play"

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The discipline of Medical Play is often used to refer to more extreme alterations and body modifications ranging from temporary to semi-permanent, to permanent, but may also refer to less extreme forms of play such as [[role playing]] in a doctor patient relationship.  Medical Play that is not strictly limited to role playing should be considered [[edge play]].  
 
The discipline of Medical Play is often used to refer to more extreme alterations and body modifications ranging from temporary to semi-permanent, to permanent, but may also refer to less extreme forms of play such as [[role playing]] in a doctor patient relationship.  Medical Play that is not strictly limited to role playing should be considered [[edge play]].  
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== Future Articles ==
 
== Future Articles ==

Revision as of 07:40, 11 April 2014

The discipline of Medical Play is often used to refer to more extreme alterations and body modifications ranging from temporary to semi-permanent, to permanent, but may also refer to less extreme forms of play such as role playing in a doctor patient relationship. Medical Play that is not strictly limited to role playing should be considered edge play.


Future Articles

  • First Aid
  • Sterilization Procedures
  • Body Modifications (Tattooing, Marking, Electric Branding, Fire Branding, Cell Popping, Cutting, Scarification, Extreme Modifications)
  • Role Playing
  • Piercing (Staples, Threading, Temporary Piercing, Permanent Piercing)
  • Injections (saline, enemas, Suppositories)
  • Examinations (body and fluids, Rectally taken Temperature)
  • Orthopedic Bondage (casts, braces)
  • Anesthesia and Breath Play

Subcategories

This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.

Pages in category "Medical Play"

The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total.