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Ostentician

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181 cm to 185-186, have a few questions
« on: June 01, 2020, 05:56:41 PM »

Hey guys. I'm planning on doing LL to go from 181 cm to 185 or 186 and I have a few questions.

1) My wingspan is 179 cm. Would 185 look disproportionate?
2) My legs are already relatively long (Around 104-105 cm to my pelvic bone). Would 4-5 cm more make me look weird?
3) Do you think having large feet would help after LL? I know this is sort of a silly question, but I have really big and large feet. I think they could really help me with walking and the load-bearing of my new legs, as they are disproportionately wide & large.
4) Will I look very thin & skinny after my surgery? I have broad shoulders and a thick neck, so I think that would help with my new proportions.

Thanks for all of your messages in advance.
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Re: 181 cm to 185-186, have a few questions
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2020, 07:18:42 PM »

1) It's Ok
2) This measure seems to be long. Do you mean inseam? Or maybe you have mesured something else?
3) I think it's not influential
4) Having broad shoulders is definitely better
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Re: 181 cm to 185-186, have a few questions
« Reply #2 on: June 01, 2020, 07:38:39 PM »

For my legs I measured from the bottom of my foot to the top of my pelvis bone. My inseam is 80 cm, give or take 2-3 cm.
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Re: 181 cm to 185-186, have a few questions
« Reply #3 on: June 12, 2020, 08:25:37 PM »

Hey guys. I'm planning on doing LL to go from 181 cm to 185 or 186 and I have a few questions.

1) My wingspan is 179 cm. Would 185 look disproportionate?
2) My legs are already relatively long (Around 104-105 cm to my pelvic bone). Would 4-5 cm more make me look weird?
3) Do you think having large feet would help after LL? I know this is sort of a silly question, but I have really big and large feet. I think they could really help me with walking and the load-bearing of my new legs, as they are disproportionately wide & large.
4) Will I look very thin & skinny after my surgery? I have broad shoulders and a thick neck, so I think that would help with my new proportions.

Thanks for all of your messages in advance.

This is quite interesting, I am roughly 171.5cm to 172cm with a wingspan of 181.5cm. And I have been worrying that getting to 180cm would make me look disproportionate.

If I may ask, how can you have broad shoulders and still have a wingspan less your height? Are you sure that your wingspan measurement is correct?
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Re: 181 cm to 185-186, have a few questions
« Reply #4 on: June 12, 2020, 08:36:01 PM »

This is quite interesting, I am roughly 171.5cm to 172cm with a wingspan of 181.5cm. And I have been worrying that getting to 180cm would make me look disproportionate.

If I may ask, how can you have broad shoulders and still have a wingspan less your height? Are you sure that your wingspan measurement is correct?

What trouser/pant length do you wear?
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Re: 181 cm to 185-186, have a few questions
« Reply #5 on: July 16, 2020, 03:00:42 AM »

Anyone on limblengthening forums who is 175+ needs to see a psychiatrist and not a LL surgeon
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