Adding a newer keyframe changes the keyframes way before it

Currently I’m working on an animation but there’s a problem that’s bugging me. Adding keyframes later on in the animation tends to affect practically all the keyframes before it, not just the one behind it. It makes all the keyframes move to the destination of the furthest keyframe, making a sort of weird effect for one the legs.

In this image is before I add the last keyframe, it stays the same

Here it is after I add the last keyframe.

There doesn’t seem to be much difference, but you can tell it’s making it’s way towards the last keyframe. If there’s any solution to this, or an off button for this, please let me know!

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