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Is it haram for women to exercise their legs, hips, to be bigger for husban

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Is it haram or makrooh at all for women to increase their hips size and legs through exercise and taking supplements in order to please their husbands ? What do you think ? What about making their hips and legs tremendously massive for their husbands ?

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Everything a woman does to please her husband in their private life is mustahab, but you should avoid supplements as many are reportedly unhealthy.

Also you should be sure that your husband is interested in x and y before making a hard-to-revert decision.

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On 10/10/2021 at 10:07 AM, Guest Abdul said:

Is it haram or makrooh at all for women to increase their hips size and legs through exercise and taking supplements in order to please their husbands ? What do you think ? What about making their hips and legs tremendously massive for their husbands ?

Weird question to ask to be honest.

tremendously massive? woman already have natural curves, why would you want more?

Maybe one should start by asking themselves why they have these thoughts and reevaluate their notions

Staying in shape and being healthy is basic principle of human beings. There's however a balance that's to be met.

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39 minutes ago, Mark Enlightment said:

but you should avoid supplements as many are reportedly unhealthy.

Men should avoid supplement too, I know many men who take pills and drink protein powder instead of doing it natural.

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16 minutes ago, Diaz said:

Men should avoid supplement too, I know many men who take pills and drink protein powder instead of doing it natural.

I agree.

Unfortunately, supplements are part of the contemporary body-building culture and protein powder is an essential part if it.

Most of the bodies these athletes show are unobtainable without such supplements. Strangely, women do not seem fascinated by such abnornal muscles as much as men.

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3 minutes ago, AStruggler said:

Why, what's wrong with protein powder? 

@Mark Enlightment 

While it is one of the safer supplements, there are reports about it having adverse effects. Just Google: "protein powder risks" and you'll come across a lot of articles about that, many of which are from reputable sites.

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