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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #217 on: November 07, 2017, 09:11:16 PM »

Hello Overdozer!

I would love to get into contact with you regarding my potential Arm lengthening surgery.

Please could you PM me so we could get into contact?

Thanks buddy and CONGRATS!
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #218 on: November 13, 2017, 03:21:36 PM »

If your whole story is true, then this is amazing. To go from 167 to 181cm... We live in crazy times.

Can you already walk? Do you still feel pain in your legs?
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #219 on: November 13, 2017, 08:55:01 PM »

If your whole story is true, then this is amazing. To go from 167 to 181cm... We live in crazy times.

Can you already walk? Do you still feel pain in your legs?
Yeah I can walk bro, I mean I removed the frames on my legs like 2 years ago. There is no pain now.


There's some strange crap happening with my humerus regenerate. I was about to remove both of the frames, but then we did a clinical bone test - you can see the result on the xrays. The bone is too soft and bends with pressure, then returns to normal position. Looks like I'll need another month or two.
https://imgur.com/a/R5F6a
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Pre-surgery - 167 cm, Post-surgery - 181 cm
Final arm span - 177 cm, Sitting height - 90 cm

Lengthened 7.5 cm in tibias and femurs and 3.5 cm in each humerus. Surgeries performed all external by Dr. Kulesh, in Saint-Petersburg, Russia - http://www.limblengtheningforum.com/index.php?topic=1671.0

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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #220 on: November 15, 2017, 03:04:34 AM »

No pain at all?

How about running and jumping? I know LL patients don't normally look to do that all the time, but it doesn't hurt to ask.

I also didn't see it asked, but: besides obviously wanting to get taller, what really prompted that impetus in you? What was it that made you decide that you wanted over 13cms, and that you'd get it - despite all the pain, costs, etc?

How has your personal life changed since then?
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #221 on: January 07, 2018, 01:31:48 PM »

Hello Overdozer,
How are you doing with the consolidation? I can only imagine how furstrated you might be with the situation. I am also intrested to hear how are you able to use arms now that consolidation is going. Are your muscles tight? Any nerve pain?

I have been contacting my own countrys specialists about AL, but its really tough to find anybody with the knowledge. I found one doctor with leg lenghtening experience, but that is hes only speciality. Seems like i will have to travel to Italy for my consultation.This is a shame.
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #222 on: January 09, 2018, 12:21:23 AM »

Hello Overdozer,
How are you doing with the consolidation? I can only imagine how furstrated you might be with the situation. I am also intrested to hear how are you able to use arms now that consolidation is going. Are your muscles tight? Any nerve pain?

I have been contacting my own countrys specialists about AL, but its really tough to find anybody with the knowledge. I found one doctor with leg lenghtening experience, but that is hes only speciality. Seems like i will have to travel to Italy for my consultation.This is a shame.
Yo. I'm still consolidating so yeah... Hopefully I can remove the externals this month, but idk.
I don't have any pain or tightness and it's been the same since I stopped lengthening. However my pins are badly inflammed currently, at this point I have to remove the externals.
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Pre-surgery - 167 cm, Post-surgery - 181 cm
Final arm span - 177 cm, Sitting height - 90 cm

Lengthened 7.5 cm in tibias and femurs and 3.5 cm in each humerus. Surgeries performed all external by Dr. Kulesh, in Saint-Petersburg, Russia - http://www.limblengtheningforum.com/index.php?topic=1671.0

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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #223 on: January 18, 2018, 06:59:24 PM »

Thumbs up here for everything going fine after the remove. Keep it up, its almost done man!
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #224 on: January 19, 2018, 09:19:33 AM »

Thumbs up here for everything going fine after the remove. Keep it up, its almost done man!
Thanks.

Had one frame removed just now. I took 800mg of flupirtine+ 500mg of nimesulide. Actually didn't feel anything when they removed the thick pins, but the one thin pin was quite painful. Interestingly, for the legs, the thin pins were less painful, probably because the area where they were intalled didn't have much soft tissue or smthing.
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Pre-surgery - 167 cm, Post-surgery - 181 cm
Final arm span - 177 cm, Sitting height - 90 cm

Lengthened 7.5 cm in tibias and femurs and 3.5 cm in each humerus. Surgeries performed all external by Dr. Kulesh, in Saint-Petersburg, Russia - http://www.limblengtheningforum.com/index.php?topic=1671.0

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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #225 on: February 12, 2018, 05:31:15 PM »

Last external frame is off.

Scars aren't pretty, they are pulled-in and I will be fixing them in a few months with Dr Kulesh. After that I'll be correcting them with a laser. And after I'll probably tattoo my arms to cover the leftover white scars.

Shoulder ROM is overall good expect for side raises. But I'm sure I'll be able to fix it in a few months.

My body shape is dogcrap currently. I will start working out as soon as I'm allowed to. My goal is 90 kg 10% bf. With some gear ofc.

Yeah. That's about it. I won't be visiting the forums much. I may tune in when I reach milestones, but idk. I mean it's not hard but I'm unsure if I want to be reminded of the hell I went through. And also I find the fact that I had to do all of this somewhat shameful. Also I feel like this place became kinda toxic - look at the previous pages of this thread for example, a lot of negativity and no respect. And why care to update the diary, when you get harassed for it. Anyways. I may or may not come back. But for now...

Peace out, girl scouts.

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Pre-surgery - 167 cm, Post-surgery - 181 cm
Final arm span - 177 cm, Sitting height - 90 cm

Lengthened 7.5 cm in tibias and femurs and 3.5 cm in each humerus. Surgeries performed all external by Dr. Kulesh, in Saint-Petersburg, Russia - http://www.limblengtheningforum.com/index.php?topic=1671.0

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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #226 on: February 12, 2018, 09:34:23 PM »

Congrats man! Youre a real LL veteran :D

I think that the gear is awesome idea. Some good cycle will help your body fully heal. Just make sure you dont take it too fast. Spend maybe 3 months lifting with creatine etc and then get on a cycle. If you gonna be 5'11" and around 42 cm arms youre gonna look awesome. Also after LL biceps grows like crazy, similar to calfs. Fukc  knows why :D

I know that Russian women  like masculinity so you should have a good life.

PS. If you could post some xrays it would be great. Cheers.

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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #227 on: February 12, 2018, 10:23:20 PM »

Thanks for the update, Overdozer! Glad that you're almost done with your journey. I hear you about the toxicity, I don't blame you for feeling this way. Drop us a line if you're ever in the mood.
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #228 on: February 12, 2018, 11:03:10 PM »

Hey, man, I apologize for the stupid posts I made in your thread, including for ignoring the evidence of all you went through. I was a bit overwhelmed having discovered CLL shortly ago.

Thank you for sharing all the details about your journey for the good of the rest of the community.

I hope your life only gets better from now on and you get all you expected out of life.
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #229 on: February 12, 2018, 11:47:37 PM »

Its Muscle Memory, I got like 49/49,5 even after a break i would comeback quite fast. I wish I could be in your place right now. Everything is in front of me, because i am doing two segments in 1,5 year to just stop thinking about this after surgery. Feel happy for you.
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #230 on: February 13, 2018, 01:44:19 AM »

Last external frame is off.

Scars aren't pretty, they are pulled-in and I will be fixing them in a few months with Dr Kulesh. After that I'll be correcting them with a laser. And after I'll probably tattoo my arms to cover the leftover white scars.

Shoulder ROM is overall good expect for side raises. But I'm sure I'll be able to fix it in a few months.

My body shape is dogcrap currently. I will start working out as soon as I'm allowed to. My goal is 90 kg 10% bf. With some gear ofc.

Yeah. That's about it. I won't be visiting the forums much. I may tune in when I reach milestones, but idk. I mean it's not hard but I'm unsure if I want to be reminded of the hell I went through. And also I find the fact that I had to do all of this somewhat shameful. Also I feel like this place became kinda toxic - look at the previous pages of this thread for example, a lot of negativity and no respect. And why care to update the diary, when you get harassed for it. Anyways. I may or may not come back. But for now...

Peace out, girl scouts.


90kg with 10% fat on an 1.67 body is almost impossible without roids.
I am 90kg, I was 1-2cm taller than you before LL, I work out more than 10 years in a row (except from almost 1.5 year break when I did LL), I have 47cm arms and my bodyfat is about 14%.
It is impossible to have 10% bf and be 90kg with an 1.67 body (the height we have after LL doesn't play any major role, our torso height is what matters and not some extra cms in legs).

If you want 10% bf don't go over 80kg.
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #231 on: February 13, 2018, 09:49:41 AM »

Well done man, happy to hear you have finnished. I wish you all the best!
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #232 on: March 12, 2018, 01:27:57 AM »

Hey overdozer
I'm glad everything went well!

I'm planing to do this surgery, my thing is I cant stay in Russia, I need to go back to my country and work during distraction,
Hopefully I get to see a local doctor and get some xrays so I can send tow my doctor.
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #233 on: April 15, 2018, 07:42:27 AM »

@Overdozer

Congrats on your success mate, huge respect!  8)

I am currently planning on going to St Pete in January/February next year to have either tibia or femur lengthening. As you did both - which one has better recovery times and which one is more painful? Also, what about pricing, is any one of the two more expensive than the other?

Regarding accommodation, I was planning on staying in St Pete for the duration of lengthening because I want to be close to the doctors. I do speak some Russian, and with the rouble being quite cheap these days it appears to make sense. What do good flats close to the hospital cost? For me it's just important to have good wifi and a nice big TV for my PS4 ;D

About myself: From London, 172cm short, planning on doing 5cm-6cm. Heard doing more than that will be bad.

Best regards
DB
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #234 on: November 18, 2018, 05:53:35 PM »

From the perspective of someone that is interested in both arm lengthening and external tibias this diary sucks.

The issue with this procedure is actually finding decent information on the net. The fact that this guy refused to post any meaningful pictures or video makes this diary utterly useless.
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #235 on: November 18, 2018, 07:25:08 PM »

From the perspective of someone that is interested in both arm lengthening and external tibias this diary sucks.

The issue with this procedure is actually finding decent information on the net. The fact that this guy refused to post any meaningful pictures or video makes this diary utterly useless.

If its so useless then why dont you be the “first” to do this procedure and provide a more useful diary to future patients. Ill be waiting.... since you make it seem like its so easy to just put all your business on the internet.
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165 cm pre LL / 174 cm after undergoing 4cm on tibias and 5cm on femurs, Cross-Lengthening with Dr. Kulesh and Dr. Solomin / http://www.limblengtheningforum.com/index.php?topic=5016.0

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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #236 on: February 13, 2019, 07:12:18 AM »

Getting x-rays tomorrow, hopefully regenerate is formed enough to remove the god damn things. Tired as fk from doing nothing.

Meanwhile I'm preparing for hard recovery :)
Original Sustanon 250 + Cabergoline for PCT.


Why susta and cabergolin?
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #237 on: February 15, 2019, 10:31:25 AM »

No answer?
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Re: One Step Closer - External tibias, femurs, humerus - Petersburg, Russia
« Reply #238 on: June 08, 2019, 10:35:19 AM »

Hey guys! So I just removed the external frame from my left femur, tibia frame was removed like a month age. So far I've lengthened 7.5 cm both on my tibia and femur. I currently have a very light ballerina - my feet don't go past 90 degrees when standing, but when sitting they're ok. Also I can't bend my knee on my femur leg past 140 degrees (straight knee is 180 degrees, so I currently have 40 degrees of ROM). I'll be working on it actively next months and will update on progress. In 2 months I plan to restore my knee ROM to 100% and go for the second surgery on my left tibia and right femur. After that I'll be lengthening my humers. Or actually... I may lengthen them when I'm done with distraction phase, if my Dr. allows me to, as I want to save some time. If not, I'll just do it after removing all the frames - will be much easier, considering I'll have my legs functional, but that will require additional 4 months. We'll see.

Yea, I'm bad at writing diaries, so ask me your questions, if you will.

Did the hgh help you recover? Are there any pictures of your scars in the thread? Would be interesting
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