this question limits me in going to gym and do weights because October 2010 i was engaged into an accident that takes me to operation room.. to be honest it is a stab wound... i dont know what is the term of the surgery but as far as i know i was operated in my intestine and cut some of it.. now i hesitate to go back to gym because i was thinking if my internal wound would open again..
now i want to ask medical professionals if it is OK to do weights after my surgery.. that was almost 2 years ago....
I think after 2 years it would now be safe to restart you weight lifting, but with caution start low and build it up, if you fill any strains then pull back and start low again, give yourself 4 to 6 weeks to get back into the swing and see how things go.
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