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Mwanamke mwembamba..

Discussion in 'JF Doctor' started by jamii01, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. jamii01

    jamii01 JF-Expert Member

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    Inakuwaje pale dada mwembamba na anakuwa na umbile dogo pindi habatike kuolewa na kuzaa anafumuka kikweli kweli(mnene) tena usipoangalia vizuri unaweza kukataa siyo yeye ...huwa inasababiswa na nini?na kwanini siyo mabinti wote hawanenepi hubaki na kuwa umbile lile lile dogo?
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    Gad ONEYA JF-Expert Member

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    Eh, sipo hapo!
  3. Michelle

    Michelle JF-Expert Member

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    1. kuridhika, nafikiri wana-relax sana baada ya kupata mwenza......si kazi ndogo....lol

    2.Mabadiliko ya hormones wakati wa ujauzito/baada ya uzazi na vyakula anavyokula baada ya uzazi au ujauzito huchangia

    3.Kwa wengine nasikia,sina hakika,wanachopokea kutoka kwa wanaume kutoka kwa lile tendo la ndoa huwanenepesha:car::car:
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    3D. JF-Expert Member

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    Nakubaliana na hoja yako namba 2. Namba 1 haijibu "mshangao" wa mweka post. Namba 3: hivi mbegu za kiume huenda wapi ktk mwili wa mwanamke?, huu uvumi wa kunenepeshwa nazo mnautoa wapi?
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    Pasco_jr_ngumi JF-Expert Member

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    Wacha nilale kdogo, nikiamka,nitachangia

    TIMING JF-Expert Member

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    afadhali maana kuna lile la wanaume tunakua tumekondaaaaaa... Tukioa tu balaa, matumbo kama vifaru vya jk
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    Michelle JF-Expert Member

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    It is a very popular belief that women gain weight on their breasts and hips once they start making love. However, this is an absolute myth. There is no physiological reason why the breasts or hips should become enlarged or disfigured after a woman starts having sex. There is no way that ejaculated semen can get digested and assimilated in the bloodstream. And, in any case, 2–3 ml of semen (average ejaculation) contains only about 15 calories!
    Some studies do suggest that people gain weight after marriage. But even these unconfirmed reports say that this is true for both women as well as men. And the weight gain has nothing to do with sex for either gender. It's often the comfort of being in a relationship and the associated sense of security that make people gain weight. Studies also show that people in relationships are likely to eat more than single people.

    Sijui sperms huenda wapi........ngoja kuna watakaokujibu...........
  8. Michelle

    Michelle JF-Expert Member

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    1.Huenda kwenye kurutubisha yai ambalo hurutubishwa kwenye uke kama zimetokana na tendo la ndoa,kama zimepita mdomoni labda huenda tumboni.....mi thijui!!!

    2.huo uvumi tumeuotoa kwa wakubwa zetu but ni uvumi tu ila kwenye sperms wanasema kuna fats so kama mtu akipokea hizo fats na hafanyi mazoezi inaweza mfanya anenepe....
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    Inkoskaz JF-Expert Member

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    kupokea kwa njia ipi?
  10. jamii01

    jamii01 JF-Expert Member

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    shughuli kweli kweli....naamin hata nyie mlikwisha waona wadada wanamna hiyo...alikuwa mdogo hata kwenye kiganja alikuwa hajai...aolewe sasa na azae...huh..unakataa si yeye..
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    Rodcones JF-Expert Member

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    Dar not officialy but if is viginal sex the sperms lways come out after sex i gues all the female know this
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    Ndachuwa JF-Expert Member

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    Muscle gain or weight gain can occur as a result of exercise or bodybuilding, in which muscle size is increased through strength training.
    If enough weight is gained by way of increased body fat deposits, one may become overweight or fat, generally defined as having more body fat (adipose tissue) than is optimally healthy.
    Weight gain has a latency period. The effect that eating has on weight gain can vary greatly depending on the following factors: energy (calorie) density of foods, exercise regimen, amount of water intake, amount of salt contained in the food, time of day eaten, age of individual, individual's country of origin, individual's overall stress level, and amount of water retention in ankles/feet. Typical latency periods vary from three days to two weeks after ingestion.
    Being fat is a common condition, especially where food supplies are plentiful and lifestyles are sedentary. As much as 64% of the United States adult population is considered either overweight or obese, and this percentage has increased over the last four decades.[1]
    Gaining weight can cause the following effects, dependent on the variable listed above, but are generally limited to:
    • Increase in body fat percentage
    • Increase in muscle mass
    • Increase in body hydration levels
    • Increase in breast size
    In more extreme cases:
    • A noticeably larger stomach
    • The abdomen will bulge outward and upward, creating a distended midsection
    [edit] Causes

    In regards to adipose tissue increases, a person generally gains fat-related weight by increasing food consumption, becoming physically inactive, or both. When energy intake exceeds energy expenditure (when the body is in positive energy balance), the body can store the excess energy in a dense, high-energy form as fat. One pound of fat represents 3,500 calories, so over time, excessive energy intake and/or lack of exercise can contribute to fat gain and obesity. A study, involving more than 12,000 people tracked over 32 years, found that social networks play a surprisingly powerful role in determining an individual's chances of gaining weight, transmitting an increased risk of becoming obese from wives to husbands, from brothers to brothers and from friends to friends.[2] [3]
    Weight gain is a common side-effect of psychiatric medication.[4]
    [edit] Effects

    Excess adipose tissue on a human can lead to medical problems; however, a round or large figure does not of itself imply a medical problem, and is sometimes not primarily caused by adipose tissue. If too much weight is gained, serious health side-effects may follow. A large number of medical conditions have been associated with obesity. Health consequences are categorised as being the result of either increased fat mass (osteoarthritis, obstructive sleep apnea, social stigma) or increased number of fat cells (diabetes, some forms of cancer, cardiovascular disease, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease).[5] [6] There are alterations in the body's response to insulin (insulin resistance), a proinflammatory state and an increased tendency to thrombosis (prothrombotic state).[6]
    [edit] Social perspective

    In centuries past, a degree of plumpness has been seen as indicative of personal or family prosperity: "Calories were scarce, physical labor was hard, and most people were as lean as greyhounds."[7] In particular, a married woman who was thin was pitied, as her shape showed that her husband could not afford to feed her properly; conversely, having a fat wife was a status symbol: there was plenty to eat, and she did not need to work hard.[8] Only in the early 20th Century did fatness lose this appeal. The connection of fatness with financial well-being persists today in some less-developed countries.[9] Indeed, it may be on the rise.[10]
    Though excess weight has for some time been seen in contemporary Western society as "unacceptable", it is becoming more socially acceptable as more and more people become overweight and obese.[11]
    Obesity among women residing in the U.S. has become more socially acceptable, likely in part because more than one-third of women ages 20 and older are obese, according to a study published in the July issue of Economic Inquiry,[12] the Washington Times reports. For the study, Frank Heiland, an associate professor of economics at Florida State University's Center for Demography and Population Health, and Mary Burke, a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, analyzed data from CDC's National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. The researchers found that the average weight of women between ages 30 and 60 has increased by 20 pounds, or 14%, since 1976. Among women who weigh 300 pounds or more, the increase was 18%, the researchers found. The researchers also found that self-image has changed and that obesity has become more socially acceptable in the United States. According to the study, the average woman weighed 147 pounds in 1994 but stated that she wanted to weigh 132 pounds. By 2002, the average women weighed 153 pounds but said she wanted to be 135 pounds, the study found. "The fact that even the desired weight of women has increased suggests there is less social pressure to lose weight," the researchers noted.
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    Hute JF-Expert Member

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    I hope ule unene huwa unawababanisha na kule chini, kwasababu wanawake wembamba, chini wako loose ile mbaya, yaani ni wachache sana mnato..sijui labda hiyo ni kwangu tu....