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« Reply #186 on: March 30, 2021, 09:38:41 PM »

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« Reply #187 on: March 30, 2021, 10:59:11 PM »

no more keto razal  :( eat protein and carbs but mostly protein and binge eat!!!

sorry for the issues. hopefully shortening will help immensely! this will get better
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« Reply #188 on: March 31, 2021, 10:02:35 AM »

Ok guys, I’m going to get a lot of flack for saying this, but hear me out!!

The absolute best drug that SHOULD be used to help, not only bone callous formation but leg and butt muscles as well is a anabolic Steroid called Nandrolone Decanoate (Deca for short). Ya ya ya, I know I know, steroids are bad, yada yada yada. But I promise you, all the opiates and NSAID’s are wreaking havoc already on your liver more than you know, not to mentions other risks.

Deca WILL help you recover bone faster, build muscle quicker, put you in a way better mood, increase energy and make you feel alive on top of all that.

Now, the doctors are going to really balk at the idea of prescribing steroids because there is such a bad stigma around it. But it doesn’t make sense to me, when getting opiates are easily prescribed and there is way more risk associated with abuse on those.

Want to build your bone quick and get those quads and glutes back in business??? Get deca. It will change your life. Research google for yourself and read studies.

I’m not going to get into my situation, but let’s just put it this way.... all the opiates I took during distraction DESTROYED my testosterone levels.  Now I started to understand why all these patients had such yo-yo affects on mood during distraction and recovery. Once I started pinning that magical man juice in me....WOW, I felt like a million bucks and with weeks my legs were gaing strength as record speed, not to mention the rapid bone callous growth. Yes, you have to train on leg press, obviously watching weight limits, but Jesus Christ it made a huge difference in a few weeks.

Added side benifit is my upper body starred to look real nice as well. Try it!!!!
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« Reply #189 on: March 31, 2021, 11:55:09 AM »

Ok guys, I’m going to get a lot of flack for saying this, but hear me out!!

The absolute best drug that SHOULD be used to help, not only bone callous formation but leg and butt muscles as well is a anabolic Steroid called Nandrolone Decanoate (Deca for short). Ya ya ya, I know I know, steroids are bad, yada yada yada. But I promise you, all the opiates and NSAID’s are wreaking havoc already on your liver more than you know, not to mentions other risks.

Deca WILL help you recover bone faster, build muscle quicker, put you in a way better mood, increase energy and make you feel alive on top of all that.

Now, the doctors are going to really balk at the idea of prescribing steroids because there is such a bad stigma around it. But it doesn’t make sense to me, when getting opiates are easily prescribed and there is way more risk associated with abuse on those.

Want to build your bone quick and get those quads and glutes back in business??? Get deca. It will change your life. Research google for yourself and read studies.

I’m not going to get into my situation, but let’s just put it this way.... all the opiates I took during distraction DESTROYED my testosterone levels.  Now I started to understand why all these patients had such yo-yo affects on mood during distraction and recovery. Once I started pinning that magical man juice in me....WOW, I felt like a million bucks and with weeks my legs were gaing strength as record speed, not to mention the rapid bone callous growth. Yes, you have to train on leg press, obviously watching weight limits, but Jesus Christ it made a huge difference in a few weeks.

Added side benifit is my upper body starred to look real nice as well. Try it!!!!

controversial for sure.. but i think this has some merit.. all options on table before needing bone graft... perhaps razal should ask dr. Assayg for this drug
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« Reply #190 on: March 31, 2021, 04:00:00 PM »

Ok guys, I’m going to get a lot of flack for saying this, but hear me out!!

The absolute best drug that SHOULD be used to help, not only bone callous formation but leg and butt muscles as well is a anabolic Steroid called Nandrolone Decanoate (Deca for short). Ya ya ya, I know I know, steroids are bad, yada yada yada. But I promise you, all the opiates and NSAID’s are wreaking havoc already on your liver more than you know, not to mentions other risks.

Deca WILL help you recover bone faster, build muscle quicker, put you in a way better mood, increase energy and make you feel alive on top of all that.

Now, the doctors are going to really balk at the idea of prescribing steroids because there is such a bad stigma around it. But it doesn’t make sense to me, when getting opiates are easily prescribed and there is way more risk associated with abuse on those.

Want to build your bone quick and get those quads and glutes back in business??? Get deca. It will change your life. Research google for yourself and read studies.

I’m not going to get into my situation, but let’s just put it this way.... all the opiates I took during distraction DESTROYED my testosterone levels.  Now I started to understand why all these patients had such yo-yo affects on mood during distraction and recovery. Once I started pinning that magical man juice in me....WOW, I felt like a million bucks and with weeks my legs were gaing strength as record speed, not to mention the rapid bone callous growth. Yes, you have to train on leg press, obviously watching weight limits, but Jesus Christ it made a huge difference in a few weeks.

Added side benifit is my upper body starred to look real nice as well. Try it!!!!

This stuff sounds like magic. Did you get a prescription from your LL doctor or your PCP? I'm haven't had any post-consolidation X-rays yet so I don't know how my bones are growing, but recovering faster sound great. I'd like to join normal society again asap.
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« Reply #191 on: March 31, 2021, 06:33:21 PM »

This is a very cool diary.  Thanks for making it, I am very impressed with the videos.  I had the SAME thing occur with my lengthening.  However, it was with the medial aspect.  My surgery was done almost 1.5 years ago, not quite.  I get rod-removal x-rays in mid-May to assess if they are ready to come out.  There was talk of me possibly having to get a new, permanent rod placed if the bone didn't fill in enough.  I was in my late 30's when I had this done as well.  Wondering if age is affecting the bone growth, or lack of shall I say.  I had to stop early as well due to tightness.  I did PT every day and some stretching daily on my own.  People don't understand how F'ing tight everything gets.  But it DOES go away after a while and the waddle disappears and you get back to a normal walk.  This procedure takes several years to recover from...just a note to prospective LL'ers.  You all will NOT be returning to Crossfit for a very, very long time.
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« Reply #192 on: March 31, 2021, 06:34:06 PM »

Sure I will ask Dr. Assayag next time I see him

controversial for sure.. but i think this has some merit.. all options on table before needing bone graft... perhaps razal should ask dr. Assayg for this drug
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« Reply #193 on: March 31, 2021, 06:34:20 PM »

Ok guys, I’m going to get a lot of flack for saying this, but hear me out!!

The absolute best drug that SHOULD be used to help, not only bone callous formation but leg and butt muscles as well is a anabolic Steroid called Nandrolone Decanoate (Deca for short). Ya ya ya, I know I know, steroids are bad, yada yada yada. But I promise you, all the opiates and NSAID’s are wreaking havoc already on your liver more than you know, not to mentions other risks.

Deca WILL help you recover bone faster, build muscle quicker, put you in a way better mood, increase energy and make you feel alive on top of all that.

Now, the doctors are going to really balk at the idea of prescribing steroids because there is such a bad stigma around it. But it doesn’t make sense to me, when getting opiates are easily prescribed and there is way more risk associated with abuse on those.

Want to build your bone quick and get those quads and glutes back in business??? Get deca. It will change your life. Research google for yourself and read studies.

I’m not going to get into my situation, but let’s just put it this way.... all the opiates I took during distraction DESTROYED my testosterone levels.  Now I started to understand why all these patients had such yo-yo affects on mood during distraction and recovery. Once I started pinning that magical man juice in me....WOW, I felt like a million bucks and with weeks my legs were gaing strength as record speed, not to mention the rapid bone callous growth. Yes, you have to train on leg press, obviously watching weight limits, but Jesus Christ it made a huge difference in a few weeks.

Added side benifit is my upper body starred to look real nice as well. Try it!!!!
Did you tell Debiparshad you were on deca? What was his response?
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« Reply #194 on: March 31, 2021, 06:36:07 PM »

very well put. 100% agree on being tight and getting back to Crossfit

This is a very cool diary.  Thanks for making it, I am very impressed with the videos.  I had the SAME thing occur with my lengthening.  However, it was with the medial aspect.  My surgery was done almost 1.5 years ago, not quite.  I get rod-removal x-rays in mid-May to assess if they are ready to come out.  There was talk of me possibly having to get a new, permanent rod placed if the bone didn't fill in enough.  I was in my late 30's when I had this done as well.  Wondering if age is affecting the bone growth, or lack of shall I say.  I had to stop early as well due to tightness.  I did PT every day and some stretching daily on my own.  People don't understand how F'ing tight everything gets.  But it DOES go away after a while and the waddle disappears and you get back to a normal walk.  This procedure takes several years to recover from...just a note to prospective LL'ers.  You all will NOT be returning to Crossfit for a very, very long time.
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« Reply #196 on: March 31, 2021, 07:47:36 PM »

I just want to emphasize that you will get through this bro! If it was easy everyone would do it, no pain no gain. You have a great surgeon on your team who won't let anything bad ever happen to you. You also have a weight-bearing nail which means a little delay is really no big deal in the long run.

Just wanted to add this as I know you mentioned butchers in foreign countries in one of your videos and reading those diaries makes you feel really awful, even when you're doing LL in the US. Rooting for you man, you got this!
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« Reply #197 on: March 31, 2021, 10:43:33 PM »

Did you tell Debiparshad you were on deca? What was his response?


I plead the 5th. Subject is to sketchy because of the stupid stigma placed on steroids all because of dumb ass sports controversies. Dr’s are VERY VERY gun shy to even prescribe anabolic steroids because of the irrational stigma it represents.

But boy, watch that bone callous cortex appear like magic. And for those of you that remember the weakness in your legs just to get out of bed, just watch and see how your quads and glutes blow up with even the simplest weight training.
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« Reply #198 on: March 31, 2021, 10:57:09 PM »

Another thing I want to emphasize is that all the opiates we have been taking completely devastate your natural testosterone levels. Your estrogen probably rises as well, which would explain my bouts of emotional distress during the distraction process.

I felt like a MAN again once I got on the roids
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« Reply #199 on: April 01, 2021, 05:40:27 AM »


I plead the 5th. Subject is to sketchy because of the stupid stigma placed on steroids all because of dumb ass sports controversies. Dr’s are VERY VERY gun shy to even prescribe anabolic steroids because of the irrational stigma it represents.

But boy, watch that bone callous cortex appear like magic. And for those of you that remember the weakness in your legs just to get out of bed, just watch and see how your quads and glutes blow up with even the simplest weight training.
That's kinda risky considering your other medications could have had some contraindications -- but as you said, you seem to have recovered fine.
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« Reply #200 on: April 01, 2021, 09:44:55 AM »

FOOD and Leg Lengthening



Hey Razal,
Thats a very important point. i can remember that my doctor kept repeating that i have to eat well. I am glad that he repeated that many times so I became aware of the importance of it. if he had mentioned it only once, maybe I would not have taken it too seriously. In the first few weeks after the surgery, I really ate everything I could and still lost minimal weight! but i think that has also something to do with muscle loss. I do also recommend to start taking vitamin D before the surgery!
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« Reply #201 on: April 01, 2021, 11:09:04 AM »

Hey Razal,
Thats a very important point. i can remember that my doctor kept repeating that i have to eat well. I am glad that he repeated that many times so I became aware of the importance of it. if he had mentioned it only once, maybe I would not have taken it too seriously. In the first few weeks after the surgery, I really ate everything I could and still lost minimal weight! but i think that has also something to do with muscle loss. I do also recommend to start taking vitamin D before the surgery!

I want every prospective LL’r to know that it is HARD AS HELL to want to eat when you are constantly high in opiates, which you undoubtably need during distraction. I always knew I had to eat but the drive and ambition to even get up and get food was dead. Not to mention you have to eat hella calories just to maintain weight and any strength left in your muscles. Once you get to 6cm and you keep going, you start to really feel all kinds of tightness from hell and the last thing you are thinking of is scarfing down food and keeping that belly full. The only thing you’ll want to eat are those Percacets to make you get through the day as you lay in bed and struggle with the very limited range of motion you are contending with.

Raza, I’ll tell you this though. I am just about fully consolidated and you’ll be back in the gym soon and walking fully unassisted. I’m still dealing with some stupid penguin waddling 6 months post op at about 7.8 CM but I can almost pull off looking like a normal person if I portray somewhat of a gangsta sway....lol!!! It gets better. But like the poster said above, it takes time.
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« Reply #202 on: April 01, 2021, 01:51:14 PM »

o man 7.8 cm pretty impressive :) Congratulations! I agree with you that the waddle and the gait may take some time to completely normalize



I want every prospective LL’r to know that it is HARD AS HELL to want to eat when you are constantly high in opiates, which you undoubtably need during distraction. I always knew I had to eat but the drive and ambition to even get up and get food was dead. Not to mention you have to eat hella calories just to maintain weight and any strength left in your muscles. Once you get to 6cm and you keep going, you start to really feel all kinds of tightness from hell and the last thing you are thinking of is scarfing down food and keeping that belly full. The only thing you’ll want to eat are those Percacets to make you get through the day as you lay in bed and struggle with the very limited range of motion you are contending with.

Raza, I’ll tell you this though. I am just about fully consolidated and you’ll be back in the gym soon and walking fully unassisted. I’m still dealing with some stupid penguin waddling 6 months post op at about 7.8 CM but I can almost pull off looking like a normal person if I portray somewhat of a gangsta sway....lol!!! It gets better. But like the poster said above, it takes time.
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« Reply #203 on: April 05, 2021, 11:05:29 AM »

o man 7.8 cm pretty impressive :) Congratulations! I agree with you that the waddle and the gait may take some time to completely normalize

Hey Raz - I've just signed up for this forum and have watched a number of your vids scrolling through this thread. Thank you so much for sharing your journey it has been most helpful.

Seeing Dr. Assayag also comment on Dr. Marie Gdalevitch in another thread was very reassuring after seeing how good he has been to you.
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« Reply #204 on: April 12, 2021, 03:34:23 PM »

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