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Christopherbulder

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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #217 on: January 08, 2017, 11:12:03 PM »

I THINK TO HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM AFTER 7CM ON MY FEMUR MY TIBIA IS SMALL NOW ESPECIALLY FOR EXERCISES AS SQUATT OR TO LET DOWN IT WILL NEED 5 CM OR 6CM IN TIBIA
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #218 on: January 09, 2017, 12:12:13 AM »

Tall people earn more on average, but that doesn't have to have any impact on the individual level - even as a short person, you can still achieve a good income. That's like saying statistically speaking many Indians live in London, but you can still live there if you're not Indian.
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #219 on: January 09, 2017, 03:54:22 AM »

Well..idk that is kinda fked up.I was thinking that might apply to males who below 5'7 or around,but some of that websites say it exists until 6'.
Anyway so you want to do that another 4 cm because of your proportionally long tibia right?Not because you still didnt satisfied with your new height?(Ofc you will be taller which is even better but i just wonder if that is the main reason or not.)
What do you exactly feel in a freaking tall country like that as a 5'11 guy?
And im also curious about your x-legs.So if you have x-legs you must be taller than your current height with straight legs right?(i mean after you handle the problem
and finally what do you think about that video that you mentioned couple months earlier?I totally understand if you dont want to record.Im just curious about your progress.

My dream height is 186cm, but I will look like a spider if I do another 6-7cm on femurs.
So 4cm is still pushing it a little but doable.

X-legs barely takes 5millimeter from your height.

I don't feel tall here in Sweden. The average Swedish guy is taller.

As soon as it gets warmer I will make the video.
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #220 on: January 11, 2017, 11:59:15 AM »

how tall would you expect the average Swedish guy ?
My dream height is 186cm, but I will look like a spider if I do another 6-7cm on femurs.
So 4cm is still pushing it a little but doable.

X-legs barely takes 5millimeter from your height.

I don't feel tall here in Sweden. The average Swedish guy is taller.

As soon as it gets warmer I will make the video.
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #221 on: January 28, 2017, 01:22:34 PM »

You say it in nearly every post. More than 5cm is too much, but would you have been happier truely with 5 cm? Ask yourself, if you'd have had the perfect relative painless experience with 5cm don't you think you'd be just as 'grass is always greener' about being 7cm+?
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #222 on: September 24, 2017, 03:31:24 PM »

Sweden,how are you doing ? Any updates ?
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #223 on: October 03, 2017, 12:25:50 AM »

HI SWEDEN
your Diary is the first I read ,
where you think to do the femur ?
i am thinking to do femur
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #224 on: December 02, 2017, 12:29:23 AM »

You say it in nearly every post. More than 5cm is too much, but would you have been happier truely with 5 cm? Ask yourself, if you'd have had the perfect relative painless experience with 5cm don't you think you'd be just as 'grass is always greener' about being 7cm+?

Yes. I would do femurs if I only did 5cm on tibia, agreed.

I’m still thinking of doing femurs. Not that I need it, but still.




I am doing fine. Left leg is twisted 4 degrees and that’s the way it is. Don’t think I can fix it with physical therapy.

I can run. Knees ache a day or two after a run.
My stamina sucks real bad. I mean terrible really. Can’t seem to get it better.

It’s been 5 years now, almost(next month) and life has turned to the better for sure.

I’m older so I know I can’t do all I could when I was 22. That’s life.

I still have the rods in my tibias and I’ll be keeping them. Knees will be destroyed if I take them out.

I’m glad I did it.
Still married to the same woman.
I earn tons of money, to the grade I could go to Guichet tomorrow if I really wanted to.
Maybe I’ll do my femurs - maybe I won’t. I don’t think I need to though, but 4 fast cm would be sooo sweet.

Taller is better. Being the tallest guy in the room is the greatest. I still have the looks so I’m getting enough attention from the ladies. Even gay people have tried their move more often now.

If I want to change anything it’s my physical appearance. I would be much more muscular like I was before. I know I only need discipline but man is it hard these days.

I still do martial art but have changed to kickboxing. I’m doing pretty well there too.

I can, when I’m warmed up, stillreach my toes and I can still do the splits.

NEVER QUIT!
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #225 on: December 02, 2017, 12:43:31 AM »

Thanks for the update Sweden, always nice to see how the journey is years down the line.

Too bad about the complications, but it seems that it's a comparatively small price to pay for such a big confidence boost.
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #226 on: December 02, 2017, 12:54:29 AM »

With my winter boots I’m ~183cm tall and I enjoy every minute of it.

I’ll be getting a new passport soon and I’ll try to make them print “height: 184cm”.

That’ll be sweet since all of my other passports says 173.....
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #227 on: December 04, 2017, 11:07:26 AM »

Hey Sweden,

How sure are you on the "your knees getting destroyed" if you remove the rods and foreign objects from your legs?

I kind of suspect that the metal rods inside your bones affects physical performance a lot, and could be a big factor in your lack of stamina.

Our bones have elasticity and on a small scale move elastically when we run to adapt to the forces subjected on the body. The metal does not have elasticity and thus makes it harder for the body to run.
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #228 on: December 04, 2017, 02:01:09 PM »

With my winter boots I’m ~183cm tall and I enjoy every minute of it.

I’ll be getting a new passport soon and I’ll try to make them print “height: 184cm”.

That’ll be sweet since all of my other passports says 173.....
Sweden you are 1.80 which is a great height. With shoes you are always 1.82-3 without even insoles.
This is a great improve over your previous height and no sane person would feel any problem at that height.
So why you want to print on your passport 1.84? This seems that you still has height complexes and I really can't understand why after all you've been through.

I am 1.75 and when I am asked how tall I am I never add even 1 cm more. And I don't want my passport or id to write anything else, although my height is not that good as 1.80 and also I plan to do another LL.
You seem like a sensible person but I can't understand why you still have problems with your height and as I remember you have some x knees after LL which is way more important than doing a second LL. I did a corrective surgery 6 minths ago to straight my right leg and shorten my achn tendons as I want to be as good as I can before I do a second LL and I am about 10 years less than you and without family.
So I wonder why a married man like you at the age of about 40 is still not ok with an 1.80 height and wants to do another LL without even fixing completely the problems the first LL left to him.

Ayway I am writing all these because I know you from the old forum and I don't believe you are a lunatic like many people here who want to lengthen 3 cm, who did 2 LLs with 1.83 initial height or does cross LL with external barbaric frames. That's why I want understand your motives and why you are not completely ok with your current, veey good, height.
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #229 on: December 04, 2017, 04:20:45 PM »

It’s just a passport. It’s for the fun of it.
When I’m old I have something cool to show my friends at the retirement home or something.

I’m satisfied with my height. Not every day but enough.

I did a thourogh examination of my X-legs this year and it is caused by short muscles. It is very difficult to fix.
There is nothing wrong with my tibias. They are as straight as they should.

And yes, removing the rods will set me back too much right now in my life. I need to have a functional body.
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #230 on: December 04, 2017, 05:01:21 PM »

Do the rods set off airport metal detectors? I'm sure this has been asked before sorry haha.
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #231 on: December 04, 2017, 11:06:36 PM »

Do the rods set off airport metal detectors? I'm sure this has been asked before sorry haha.

Sometimes.

The detector the guard is wearing in his hand beeps off.
But they know what it is so they barely even ask any more.
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #232 on: December 05, 2017, 12:37:06 AM »

It’s just a passport. It’s for the fun of it.
When I’m old I have something cool to show my friends at the retirement home or something.

I’m satisfied with my height. Not every day but enough.

I did a thourogh examination of my X-legs this year and it is caused by short muscles. It is very difficult to fix.
There is nothing wrong with my tibias. They are as straight as they should.

And yes, removing the rods will set me back too much right now in my life. I need to have a functional body.
Valid points. But still I believe that another LL won't offer you much things as you have a very good height and you already have a fiancee so that extra height boost does nit really matter that much when you are in a good height.
But you know better.

For me I know that if I was 1.80 I wouldn't consider LL. Thats why I plan to stop at 6cm in my second LL, because when I am a solid 1.80 at night I won't care for more.
But different people different choices.

Keep strong!
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #233 on: December 05, 2017, 01:15:53 AM »

Thanks!
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #234 on: December 07, 2017, 09:51:01 PM »

Tall people earn more on average, but that doesn't have to have any impact on the individual level - even as a short person, you can still achieve a good income. That's like saying statistically speaking many Indians live in London, but you can still live there if you're not Indian.

I agree, based on what I have seen - professional discrimination is minimal based on height or looks, the social/dating discrimination is huge.
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #235 on: March 10, 2018, 10:46:15 AM »


Not sure what else to tell about. Ask me anything.


Do you think it's still possible do dance like this after the operation ?



Can you do some basic moove like the running man ?

Thanks :)
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #236 on: March 12, 2018, 10:57:54 PM »

It can be done.

I can’t do it, but that’s bc I can’t dance.

A patient who don’t have X-legs or a broken foot should not have any trouble doing that.

Don’t pass 5cm on tibia and you’ll be fine. My 7cm was too much. I have issues every day. Small, but still.
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #237 on: March 12, 2018, 11:06:21 PM »

It can be done.

I can’t do it, but that’s bc I can’t dance.

A patient who don’t have X-legs or a broken foot should not have any trouble doing that.

Don’t pass 5cm on tibia and you’ll be fine. My 7cm was too much. I have issues every day. Small, but still.

I don't intend to pass 5cm on tibia, but is the difference that big?

After all, it's all a bunch of unnaturally stretching your soft tissues.

I also know you've described your issues as small aches and such in the past, but could you go into a bit more detail, if you find the time, please? Thank you.
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Re: Sweden - LON with Dr Sarin
« Reply #238 on: March 13, 2018, 05:34:31 PM »

It can be done.

I can’t do it, but that’s bc I can’t dance.

A patient who don’t have X-legs or a broken foot should not have any trouble doing that.

Don’t pass 5cm on tibia and you’ll be fine. My 7cm was too much. I have issues every day. Small, but still.

Thanks for the feedback !

I won't do more than 5cm on tibia as my frame is already short torso / long leg, I don't want to look ridiculous.

Allright the inability to be able to dance was one of the few things that made me reluctant to do it.

I'll do video of me dancing now so people will have a before / after lol
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