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  1. Does anyone else have this feeling? So I'm 7 weeks post op and I've been going gym for a few weeks on and off. Now I'm going everyday again but I've been doing cardio and training my Legs. Today I decided to do back, when I was lifting my arms up and down my implants (under the muscle) were going crazy they were moving outwards every time I'd pull down. It was so uncomfortable. Is this a feeling that is normal and il have to get used to or should I just drop the weight more and adventually over time add on more weight? I had to stop because it was just so uncomfortable 😒😒
  2. I do a bit of weights just a few times a week and i do things like chest press high and low rows which do back and chest. Im curious about wether i should be going under or over. I've heard if you life weights it should be over but i don't know if i lift enough that under will be ok. and if its going to be way more painful to go under with slightly developed pecs.
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