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Akib4t Istri Goy4ng Terl4lu Kuat Burrung Su4mi Sampai Patah

 


Akibat dari goyangan istri yang terlalu kuat saat melakukan hubungan suami istri. Pria
Berusia 32 tahun terpaksa dilarikan ke rumah sakit sambil menderita gangguan organ terkait.

Tribun-timur.com melansir dari Babab.net , Rumah sakit tersebut dikejutkan dengan kondisi korban. Jelas ada pembengkakan di tulang belakang, bahkan yang "satu" pun sudah ungu ke ujungnya.
Melihat kondisi korban, rumah sakit terpaksa melakukan operasi. Syukurnya operasi berjalan seperti yang diharapkan. Namun para dokter tidak bisa memastikan bagian penting mana yang mengalami kerusakan itu.
Ceritanya, pria yang tidak disebutkan namanya itu ditemukan baru saja menikah dua bulan lalu dengan istrinya yang berusia 23 tahun.

Menurut istrinya pada Jumat malam mereka melakukan hal-hal seperti suami-istri lakukan. Namun di episode terakhir sang suami mengeluhkan rasa sakit .
Disertai rasa sakit dengan alat kelaminnya sudah berwarna hitam. "Saya memang merasakan suaranya tapi saya tidak mengetahuinya." "Jadi suami saya menolak pergi ke klinik karena malu."
"Saat berada di puncak, jadi saya tahu ada yang patah," kata sang istri.
Menurut istrinya, suatu hari setelah kejadian tersebut, bagian vital suaminya membengkak dan suaminya mulai mengeluhkan rasa sakit.
Khawatir, istrinya memaksa suaminya melakukan pemeriksaan di rumah sakit. Namun, menurut dokter hal semacam ini terjadi karena bagian yang sulit di mana ereksi penuh mendapat tekanan berlebihan.

Dokter juga menambahkan bahwa kerusakan tersebut memiliki efek buruk di masa depan. Meski ditangani oleh dokter profesional .
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Face amount plus cash value - This type of policy will cost more but your beneficiaries will receive your cash value in addition to the policy’s face value. Some variable life insurance policies provide other death benefit structures, such as equaling the policy’s face value plus all premiums paid, but these two are the most common. No matter your death benefit structure, you’ll always want to check the policy’s actual terms. You should confirm whether the death benefit is guaranteed and, if so, if the guaranteed value is the same as what is projected. The death benefit is essentially a “target” using an assumption of cash value performance, such as a 4% annual rate of return. The insurer projects that, assuming it meets this rate of return, the cash value would equal the policy’s face value when you pass away. However, if your cash value significantly underperforms, it may reduce your actual death benefit, depending on your policy’s terms. 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Pay more than your target premium - You can overfund your policy’s cash value early on so that investment gains build up more quickly. This option is typically favored if you have a sizable income and want the option of not paying premiums later on, such as in retirement. There are also single premium variable universal life insurance policies which allow you to purchase coverage and fund the policy’s cash value with a single payment. You essentially purchase coverage and make all your required cash value contributions at once. But you also have the option of contributing more to the policy’s cash value if you choose to do so. How Variable Life Insurance Compares to Other Products If you’re considering variable life insurance, it’s important to consider how this policy stacks up to similar financial products. Variable Annuity vs Variable Life Insurance Policy A variable annuity is just a tax-deferred annuity in which you get to choose how the value of the annuity is invested. It’s somewhat similar to a variable life insurance policy in that: You can choose how the product’s value is invested. Both products typically have a wide range of options across equities, bonds and money market instruments. If you choose poorly, the value of your investment can decrease. It comes with a death benefit. With variable annuities you assign a beneficiary and, if you pass away, your beneficiary would receive a specified amount of money. This is typically the remaining value of the annuity or the sum of your premiums minus any withdrawals. This is a bit different from a variable life insurance policy which has a lifelong death benefit. Investment gains are tax-deferred. Withdrawals above your basis are subject to income tax. For variable annuities, this means you’ll be taxed on the growth of your investments. * For a variable life insurance policies, if you withdraw a greater amount of cash value than the total amount you’ve paid in premiums, you pay taxes on the difference. This also applies if you surrender the policy. You would have to pay surrender charges to make a withdrawal during the first several years. You can choose to pay in a lump sum or in smaller payments over time. The primary difference between a variable annuity and variable life insurance is that with a variable annuity you receive your investment back in a series of payments from the insurer. With a variable life insurance policy, you can make a series of withdrawals from the policy’s cash value, make a single large withdrawal or simply use the cash value as collateral in a policy loan. Variable annuities are also restricted in that you may have to pay a fee in order to make withdrawals before a certain age. Withdrawals from variable life insurance policies are only restricted by the amount of cash value available. Variable Life Insurance

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