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    Default What causes excessive veins in women's arms?

    This seems unusual for a woman. Is it age? Is it their weight-lifting routine? Is it low body fat? Is it the "lanky" body type? Is it a combination? Enlighten me please.









    It's so... manly.
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    Emerging Tallulah's Avatar
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    It's gotta have something to do with low body fat, I'm thinking. I don't know who the third woman is, but she frightens me greatly. Whatever causes it, lets figure it out and not do it, shall we?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    It's gotta have something to do with low body fat, I'm thinking. I don't know who the third woman is, but she frightens me greatly. Whatever causes it, lets figure it out and not do it, shall we?
    Funk yeah. /fist pound
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    My arms look like that when I lift heavy things. Maybe there is a titanium block in their purses.

    It is probably low body fat like Tallulah said though, and those women look extremely skinny.

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    It's called being human. Guess I shouldn't reveal to you that women also fart, sweat, and poo.
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    eep. i'm pretty svelte and i'm nowhere near like any of those. and i am human.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Decline View Post
    It's called being human. Guess I shouldn't reveal to you that women also fart, sweat, and poo.
    No worries. As a woman, I already knew.
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    I think copious quantities of drugs can also be part of it.

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    When I'm excessively temperature-wise too hot, my veins become noticeable (think Jolie), though not to that degree. Usually I'm always cold (even Africans made fun of my fleece-wearing in Africa) and thus no one would know this fact about me because my veins are otherwise hidden.

    If it makes a difference, I weighed 115.6 lbs this morning and I am 5'7".
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    High Sodium intake resulting in higher blood pressure possibly?

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