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Does height dysphoria go away after CLL?
« on: September 23, 2020, 02:45:19 AM »

Hey everyone, I'm considering getting CLL done on femur to go from 165cm-173cm in a couple years, only 20 years so I don't have the money to do it right now. I was wondering if this increase is worth it since even after that I'll be a bit short. I'm pretty extroverted, people seem to like me and haven't had too many issues with dating, but lately I've developed a strong case of height dysphoria. That's why I started considering CLL hoping it will get rid of that. For anyone that's around 5'8 I was wondering if you guys feel average or short and for anyone that's gotten LL, do you feel like it was worth it? Will my height dysphoria go away even though 5'8 is still a little short?
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Re: How's life at 5'8? (173cm)
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2020, 03:00:28 AM »

You go from a child to a man. You go from a height where you're defined by shortness to a height where people don't think about your height, they see you for you. Of course there's gonna be some snobby incel coming in here after I post this saying "muh buh women wan 6 foot evryting else Manlet" no bítch shut the fück up

The most common height in diaries I've read is 5'4-5'6 getting this and shooting up to 5'7-5'9. I truly think the vast majority of height discrimination ends in non-white dominant cities in America at 5'7. It was like night and day for these guys 162-167 starting height to grow up to 170-175cm. Quite literally night and day, most of those users don't come back and basically have cured their height neurosis.

Of course some rétard will come here and say "buh buh it ain't worth u still undah avurugge" but I can guarantee you you'll resolve your height dysphoria if you go from very short like 165cm to essentially almost average 173. Fück those dumbáss bitçhes. If they tell you shīt like that just read my signature. No one will call a 173 person "short" in the same manner as a 165 person being called "short". For the 173 guy being called short is basically like a casual innocent non-consecutive joke, as in "omg ur not the rock's height or Chad height?" But for the 163 or so guy being called short is like "oh dude, I feel so fücking bad for you" type of short

Tldr; it's fking worth it, plenty of diaries from 165 to 173 and they were quite literally life changing for the person.
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Re: Does height dysphoria go away after CLL?
« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2020, 03:10:09 AM »

That's reassuring, sadly it's a long way to go still. But I'll be able to save up easily once I graduate, thanks for input!
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Re: Does height dysphoria go away after CLL?
« Reply #3 on: September 23, 2020, 03:35:51 AM »

I'm one of those people too.

I'll probably be content at 5'7.25, everything else is just a bonus. Not sure if I'll grow any more. I've grown upwards of a quarter inch since 17 but of course ghkid here keeps saying I'm done. So I guess I'll just have to see.

And yes, I believe in ghkid's signature, if I didn't I would have listened to my family and called off all my future plans.

My older brother is 5'6 and somehow doesn't see himself as short, even saying 5'6 is average. However he might mean average for both males and females.

However, I don't think 165 is a "child" height. More than half of females are 163 or below. 5'1 and below is a "child" height. That's how all the 5'1 to 5'4 guys (e.g. InFullStryde) become satisfied with their outcomes.

I always end up comparing heights when I'm at the grocery store and other public places. I see lots of men who are only marginally taller than me, and I imagine being as tall as many of them after LL. So I think it should cure you.
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Height dysphoria since 2008. (age 5)
Hoping to undergo STRYDE 8cm femurs with Dr. Giotikas when I can afford it.
165cm morning, 163cm night, possibly still growing
Goal: 5'7 (171+) or taller, but hopefully 5'8 (173)

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Re: Does height dysphoria go away after CLL?
« Reply #4 on: September 23, 2020, 04:29:59 AM »

I usually feel pretty short at 5'6 ¼ - ½" but when I wore lifts to be a shade under 5'8" (5'7.5") and went for a walk I swear I felt more tall than average but then I live in India. Funny what a huge difference 1.5 inches made for me.
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