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Re: Will Dr. Kevin Debiparshad do LL for himself? I will believe in LL after that
« Reply #124 on: September 10, 2020, 12:05:32 PM »

160cm is a death sentence even in India. I'm 168-169 and 80% of my classmates are taller than me and uni students bit more

Are you an Indian from India?

It's definitely a death sentence in terms of physically attracting anyone (even to Indian women), but I think what O_99 mean is that a 160cm Indian man might not be made fun as much by their friends because of his height or not get discriminated a lot in workplace compared a 170cm Dutch guy living in Netherlands.

What is sure is 160cm Indian man is inferior to 170cm Dutch guy regardless of where they live.
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« Reply #125 on: September 10, 2020, 12:45:39 PM »

Like if ur an indian who speaks English that well scarface you're in the better parts of india like the more modern cities and wealthier. The statistic for average height in india includes the 95% extremely impoverished people from random ass villages that don't have the privilege or opportunity to advance the ladders in life or learn good english cuz they are just low class citizens and no one cares abt them because India is mad classist and shiet and vast majority is still third world without toilets and poopy streets So the true average for indians in like the cities is prob like 175 while in the huts and shacks in the slums it's like 168 and dats a big diff

Basically if ur in the richer cities, then height will be more, if ur in the ghetto slums then it's gonna be way less. U can def feel normal if u 169 from a poor as city but definitely feel very short in the modernized more first world cities. It's both geography and classist, rich people marry taller people probs, but geographical maybe the south is shorter just genetically like how china the south is shorter than the north even doe both areas have pretty first world cities now. Maybe da past classisrm caused it

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Re: Will Dr. Kevin Debiparshad do LL for himself? I will believe in LL after that
« Reply #126 on: September 10, 2020, 05:24:41 PM »

It's depressing to read all this desperation. I am more interested in reading if you can reach closer to a "dream height" thru leg length surgery safely the way Dr. Kevin Debiparshad presents it.

I guess if you are as desparate as some of you write, might as well go ahead and do it. No point for you waiting for someone accomplished and successful to do it.

For me, I want to see someone already doing well in life do this because its safe.


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Re: Will Dr. Kevin Debiparshad do LL for himself? I will believe in LL after that
« Reply #127 on: September 11, 2020, 07:18:00 PM »

It's depressing to read all this desperation. I am more interested in reading if you can reach closer to a "dream height" thru leg length surgery safely the way Dr. Kevin Debiparshad presents it.

I guess if you are as desparate as some of you write, might as well go ahead and do it. No point for you waiting for someone accomplished and successful to do it.

For me, I want to see someone already doing well in life do this because its safe.

There's nothing "safe" about breaking your healthy legs and then stretching then bone and soft tissue out. However, distraction osteogenesis is a proven method and the risk from the procedure is something tolerated by many patients and some doctors.

I don't think you'll ever find someone who is doing this procedure because it's safe. However, there are people who are doing well in life who have gotten this surgery done. In fact, I would say those who can afford to pay for it the US are at least doing well in life financially.
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« Reply #128 on: September 12, 2020, 10:09:12 AM »

There's nothing "safe" about breaking your healthy legs and then stretching then bone and soft tissue out. However, distraction osteogenesis is a proven method and the risk from the procedure is something tolerated by many patients and some doctors.

I don't think you'll ever find someone who is doing this procedure because it's safe. However, there are people who are doing well in life who have gotten this surgery done. In fact, I would say those who can afford to pay for it the US are at least doing well in life financially.

How do you say it's not safe? Are you a doctor? Does Kevin Debiparshad know better or you?

nothing is absolutely safe, but if an expert doctor says it's manageably safe then why should be looked at as a crazy procedure?

Look. when I heard about this thing, I didnt want to do it. Im below average and anyone below average wants to be taller. but I cant get such a crazy procedure portrayed as for "Crazy people". it feels better to be a little short than tell people I had such a crazy thing and be labellled as "mentally ill".

thats why I like Kevin Debiparshad's approach. He recommends it to ever yone. He says no one should be ashamed of it. He explains how it is a simple procedure

- he performs it in 1.5 hours
- his patients go back to almost normal life in 2 weeks
- they recover well
- they have almost no scars

I like this portrayal of leg length surgery. the only thing that doesnt add up to me is, why has not Kevin Debiparshad not done this procedure for himself? thats the only missing piece.

I think when he does it for himself, this surgery will explode in popularity and will become like rhinoplasty or breast job. no big deal. you can get it if you want. your not a "crazy person".

I hope people understand why Im so focused on this topic. I hope people realise that doing this as a "procedure which only crazy people do", you will never feel "normal" in life until you have to hide this from everybody.
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« Reply #129 on: September 12, 2020, 10:24:06 AM »

Well he's lying about all of that. Surgery takes longer he is just a liar lol his own patient said it took longer, like 3-4 hours, and he's lying about going back to normal life in 2 weeks cuz if he considers being in extreme pain and walking at speeds of a turtle to be "normal" then it is what it is I guess lol. And recovery usually goes well but sometimes his patients ends up with x legs like one dude because he's still a newbie in this field to be honest but sometimes it does go well indeed. And scarring is still gonna be here, maybe looks small but there's gon be scarring for sure that perhaps the public can't see but if you look you'll see it and need laser surgery removal fo sure if u can about it

And it is manageably safe in terms of not dying or losing your legs lol if you get it done in the usa. Other risks can definitely arise tho and are very very common.

But yes he is embeliish dis surgery very very very much mucho.
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« Reply #130 on: September 12, 2020, 11:38:17 AM »

I think now were talking like adults ghkid.

yes Im open to the possibility that hes lying. very possible. I first felt that when I saw the irony that he is himself quite short. I showed his video to my girlfriend and first thing she noticed was his height. like you see the irony? people like us on the forum are gullible and made up our mind about positive things about the leg length surgery. But when an outsider (like my GF) saw those videos, that's the first thing she noticed. That he himself hasn't done this procedure and hes selling it?

but anyway "hope" my friend. Thats very important to me. If Dr. Kevin Debiparshad is lying then I've no hope. I wont' do leg length surgery then. I will do it only if its a surgery the way Dr. Kevin Debiparshad describes it. not for Crazy people. For normal people who are successful but just want to improve something. Thats when I will do it. I can't be a social outcast who did something extreme and have to be ashamed of it.

I think the answer to whether this procedure is for normal people or not, lies with doctors like Dr. Kevin. Why has he not done leg length procedure for himself?
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« Reply #131 on: September 12, 2020, 11:44:21 AM »

Imagine if any LL doctor had one leg shorter by an inch. Like even Dr. Rob Rozbruch or Dr. Paley. Imagine they walk around with insoles in one leg to make up for the difference. They have a slight limp but they dont want to fix their discrepency with surgery. The surgery THEY specialise in.

Do not forget that even correcting leg length discrepency improves body image and confidence. It would make you "sxxier" if that's what you understand.

But when you ask them why they havent fixed their shorter leg, can they say "oh I dont feel the need to" "I am already married and have a stable life and income" "I dont' play much sports and only do cycling. 1 inch discrepency is OK" "I have tons of patients to attend to. I can't take a month off"

Would you agree? Won't you wonder: why they haven't done this surgery themselves and fixed their shorter leg?
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Re: Will Dr. Kevin Debiparshad do LL for himself? I will believe in LL after that
« Reply #132 on: September 12, 2020, 11:57:15 AM »

Well leg length discrepancy is medically necessary, you can live with 1-2 cm discrepancy with minimal problems but more than that it will cause hip problems and arthritis and be very tough

But cosmetic is unnecessary tho, you don't need to be average height or anything, it's up to you and you can certainly live a fine life without cosmetic LL

And the vast majority of people who get this done in the US are probably not "crazy people" in the way you've describing it, you don't have to worry. 90% of the US diaries I've read involve someone who is actually very successful in pretty much all aspects of their life but simply have a lingering neurosis, and want to get rid of that neurosis. You can't really afford 90k without being in the top 5% of successful haha. The average joe is living paycheck to paycheck and is in debt. So saving up 90k already weeds out plenty of those actual severly mentally ill people who are like "ahahahhaah my height is causing all my problems including my debt and no job and why that barista is looking at me weird or why I am always being stared at ahahahah if I get height surgery I will be a Chad and get all Dem women's and get a 100k job!!!1!1!!1!" And weeds out 99.999% of people in general

You can certainly be a "normal person" willing to be crippled for a few months for gaining height, in fact that's how everyone in the US did it before 2018, before weight bearing nails existed and people essentially in wheelchairs for 6 months. Many are completely normal people who did make a choice to become a disabled person for many months. They are still normal, just felt the gain/loss or reward/risk benefit was worth it, but choosing to be in pain and disabled temporarily is worth it if height is truly actually holding you back from living your life to the fullest (you have job, friends, hobbies, goals, family, but the only problem is self confidence or lack of rather, due to height insecurities)

If u want to do this, just note it will be tough, and not how Debiparshad describes it like a walk in the park. But it doesn't make you anymore "mentally ill" than the person who wants a nose job or butt lift, just because the recovery is way more rougher and longer.The only difference is recovery time, but that doesn't determine your intention- to gain heighr. In fact brazilian butt lift has a death rate way higher than CLL, but that's irrelevant
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in Paley's speech he said that some heart surgeon got it done. and your saying that one Debiparsad's patient is a cosmetic surgeon. so doctors are doing it. whats the problem then?
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