Fluid In Knees?

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    Fluid In Knees?


    These are my knees while standing, no flex. Fluid?
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    Mine do that when im pumped. Triceps too. I dont see how it would be fluid, that would be gravity dependent and show as edema around the ankles. Are you pumped in the pic?
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    Or have you lost a lot of weight lately?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnubs
    Mine do that when im pumped. Triceps too. I dont see how it would be fluid, that would be gravity dependent and show as edema around the ankles. Are you pumped in the pic?
    I was pumped actually, and they are worse when I am. However, it's still there when I'm not. Also, when I flex, it's gone. When I extend my leg while sitting, it's gone.

    Quote Originally Posted by Doss
    Or have you lost a lot of weight lately?
    Well, I'm at the end of a cutting cycle and have lost about 5-7% body weight (12lbs) in the last few months. I was overweight in my young adulthood though. Do you think those factors are correlated?

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