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 on: Today at 06:54:42 PM 
Started by manzar - Last post by BetzLandLiberator
In my experience, anyone obsessing about proportions, arm or hand length should rethink about LL.
Because you obviously have more problems than just your height. There is a whole body dysphoria thing going on in cases like this.

LL will make you taller, that's it.
Successful cosmetic LL patients want to get taller and don't obsess about this.

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 on: Today at 06:50:34 PM 
Started by Hercules - Last post by BetzLandLiberator
Yes, 100%.

But it took around 2 years post-op, with a lot of heavy weightlifting. .

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 on: Today at 06:49:34 PM 
Started by Ronman - Last post by BetzLandLiberator
I am 172-173, and realistically I don't see a huge change in my life if I got 5.5cm or 6cm. I'd still be in the class of 'not big enough to be a MAN purely on height'. Ie I'd have to still compensate with muscles, status, a big personality etc.

A strong 5'11, ie 181 cm, now you're in a different class range. You are basically seen as A MAN wherever you walk. Not a big man worthy of a ton of respect, but a MAN nonetheless. Nobody will disrespect a 181cm man because of his size

But 9cm is not attainable, so what is the point for me? 7cm plus wearing 2 cm lifts at all times is an option, but why LL if you still have to wear lifts? Defeats the purpose.

Best to just wear height shoes that take me to 176cm, stay exremely lean, get a roided body, increase my penis size, and be very outgoing.

Please don't do LL. You will waste your money and still be unhappy. Height is obviously not your only problem, either because height dysphoria or heightism.

LL will make you taller, that's it. As long as you get inside one deviation of average height for your country, you're good to go in terms of avoiding heightism and discrimination ini the dating market. .

But LL won't fix your delusion that you are only a man if you are 181cm.

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 on: Today at 06:40:44 PM 
Started by Hercules - Last post by dreamingtall
this is very important

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 on: Today at 06:37:24 PM 
Started by Movie - Last post by Movie
In hindsight, so many people coming forward with lingering knee/pain problems post-CLL is really concerning. This goes against the claim that there are no complications from this surgery claimed by Paley and the other doctors. Has anybody tried stem cell therapy or any similar treatments to get rid of the pain? Would really like to know.

That's what comes with breaking a bone, I know a lot of people who had fractures and had them repaired normally and will still feel some pains sometimes, my girlfriend for example fractured her elbow and in rare occasions it'll hurt.

dreamigtall: It lasted a couple weeks for some, for me it lasted the better part of a month. some people went that route yes.

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 on: Today at 06:35:20 PM 
Started by manzar - Last post by 6CMFemurs
My opinion, as someone who has actually done the procedure: Stop being weird, either lengthen or don't, do not contribute to your mental illness by fixating on something that literally nobody notices. If you feel this is actually a real thing that you must know the answer to, ask for the opinion of somebody in the real world who does not have the warped view on body proportions of the people on this forum.

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 on: Today at 06:33:36 PM 
Started by ab608 - Last post by PerfectBody
Sounds like you experienced a bit of nerve pain! Glad to see you found a work-around, it's not fun.

I got a lot of that at the very beginning. It died down for two weeks but now if I rub my legs I can feel them sparking/firing up again 🙃 I might take one from your book and not lengthen tonight, it's very unpleasant lol.

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 on: Today at 06:13:41 PM 
Started by manzar - Last post by manzar
Can i pull 6ft off at least ?

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 on: Today at 06:12:56 PM 
Started by manzar - Last post by manzar
hello, first of all i'd be more than welcome if you forgive this unconvenient image but i had to blur the areas. Whatever. I know nobody will be able to comment perfectly due to the angle etc.

I'm fully aware of that. So im not expecting an expert opinion on this. Just please give me some opinions though.

I'm 176 and my armspan is 182cm. I have worries about my arm length. My hands are huge btw, not clearly seen in the picture but as big as my 6"3 friend. Im thinking maybe my narrow af shoulders give the illusion of my arms looking short, or i actually have short arms.

Whats your opinion on this



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Edit: I have NOT measured my armspan wrongly. Its 182cm.
My big hands adds like 3 cm of an advantage compared to an average guy. So if you minus it, and take my span as 179cm. Its still in the O.K line. The thing is, is it my arms are short or my shoulder is narrow?

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 on: Today at 06:08:55 PM 
Started by DreamsComeTrue - Last post by DreamsComeTrue
X-ray looks fine, and 6cm is a very reasonable goal. Be sure to take all your Calcium, Vitamin D and Vitamin K2 supplements. Slowing down to 0.5mm is pretty good advice. Honestly, I wouldn't worry so much about your bones, especially with retractable precise. I'd worry much more about wide legs / duck ass that starts becoming apparent around 3-4cm.

 After I read your post and similar post here , they are very helpful and    positive. I realized that  I'm not eating well and not taking the much supplements as what should I do .

Vitamin K2 supplements I never take it ,  Plus V D and calcium I just started two weeks ago

I will be updating  you guys regards  of my case   

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