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 on: Today at 07:18:36 AM 
Started by Jolien - Last post by azman
Hey Jolien,

Glad to hear that you are doing good.

Question:

When you were at the Theseus rehab centre, did they give you a schedule of when and what you can do there?

Can you use the PT center and the pool at anytime without a therapist?

Thanks

 

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 on: Today at 06:41:17 AM 
Started by Activatedx - Last post by ActionSpeaks
Dr. Mahboubian is offering reduced prices for 2019. Take a look at his website or email his office. 2019 price for STRYDE/femurs is now $70,500 (consultation cost included here) and less for other methods. PT is not included in his prices but either health insurance or a loan should cover this for you if you don't have savings for it. That's what I am doing.

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 on: Today at 05:49:52 AM 
Started by msrmm - Last post by Ghostfish
The doctors name is Dr.Motalebizadeh.
Sorry I really have no idea about that doctor.  You search more about him or other doctors.  Make a really good choice for you.
Good luck!

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 on: Today at 05:44:07 AM 
Started by james2334 - Last post by Ghostfish
I have bow legs that are worse than ordinary people.  I saw an article in this forum that if the bow legs are bad you can not do LON.  It seems that parihar I am considering now has the same opinion.  I want to do LON method.  Can you tell me if I have bow legs?  I will put a picture of my foot if necessary.
Hi james
I am not a doctor so I can't give you the exact answer. But I do know that you can correct bent legs during external lengthening.  Normally it can be done after you finish lengthening and before the rod will be inserted.  So after correcting bent legs, the doctor will insert the rod.  Depending on the doctor, some doctor may not be able to correct the bent legs or charge you more about correcting legs. In any case, it is doable.

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 on: Today at 05:37:44 AM 
Started by Nietzsche - Last post by Ghostfish
I have a friend going to Betzs institute to ask about his recommended lengthening amount.He just says 6-7 on one segment.But I once emailed him he said I can lengthen 10cm on my tibia and 11cm on my femur after obtaining my leg length.What a booster....
Is anyone else visiting him?What he told you about lengthening amount?
Hi Nietzsche
I understand your enthusiasm to lengthen as much as possible. and I know some people lengthened amazing numbers like 10+cm. But, please do not consider that insane amount of lengthening. The risk is just too high and the recovery will take almost forever.  Even after many years, you will unlikely regain athleticism, although you may be able to live a just normal life.  As far as I remember, you are about 165cm or so.  Then do 5-6 cms in tibia and 7-8 cm in femurs so that will make you about 180cm, which is a very decent height in any country.

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 on: Today at 05:10:14 AM 
Started by third_world - Last post by kream
>5cm stryde
>no pain and walks normal after a week

>tells others it's a mistake to stay taller than them



L o l

Could be this, could also be he's only reading the comments made by trolls, actually mentally fked people, and/or both and doesn't acknowledge there's actually patient people who are taking their time to research so he makes a big fuss. Has 6 posts total, so most definitely just an alt account.

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 on: Today at 05:04:33 AM 
Started by Nietzsche - Last post by kream
People who are over 181cm+ just have worse BDD than everyone under 180cm. You don't feel dwarfed by 5cm, barely even 10cm. Even then, the chances of you being the only person with a 10cm difference from the people around you is so small that anyone who thinks they're 10cm shorter than everyone around them rather live around giants or is just their BDD affecting them. Anyone claiming to have women problems is just blaming their height because they don't think their messed up mental is the problem (There are many girls who would prefer average height, slightly taller than them or similar heights. Hell I've seen NUMEROUS couples where the guy is shorter and no one says anything. Rather those guys are making stuff up or just live in a  ty place).

Average height means, the average. You ARE going to see plenty of people taller than that height, and there are just as many people who fall shorter. If your wish with LL is to become "average" when you already are average, you suffer from BDD. If you are average, and wish to be tall/taller, as long as you've thought of the risks then do as you wish. It is technically a cosmetic surgery after all.

But if you think being short makes you "feel inferior to Caucasians" I think you have more than a self-confidence issue over your height.

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 on: Today at 04:15:30 AM 
Started by wannagrowtaller - Last post by wannagrowtaller
Unicorn case.

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 on: Today at 02:25:08 AM 
Started by wannagrowtaller - Last post by wavemaker5
beautiful. so you have to pay for the doctors mistakes, after he's fked up your legs

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 on: Today at 01:41:31 AM 
Started by wannagrowtaller - Last post by Nietzsche
what are chances of this happening with stryde? giotikas? if it does you have to pay extra to fix it? is that true?
Chances cant be calculated precisely,all the time.But the better doctor you turn to,the lower chances of having such problems youd have.If you gonna fix complications you have to pay extra expenses to solve them

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