I like shorter guys as well. I’m 5’8" and have no problems with dating someone shorter than that. There are women out there who DO like vertically challenged men. Don’t wear lifts, don’t have surgery. Just be yourself.
Learn to be comfortable with your height. Napoleon didn’t let it stop him, did he?
Seriously though, I would question dating a man who purposely had surgery for something as inconsequential as his height. I would also think the same thing for a man who had surgery to make his penis bigger or something like that. There are lots of women out there who are very comfortable dating short men so if you keep looking you will find one of them, I promise!
I think it’s actually only done in non-cosmetic cases such as when one limb is significantly shorter than the other (hindering mobility), or in extreme cases of shortness, such as being like 4 feet tall.
Whatever you do, don’t lie about your height! I am short (5’1") and have dated guys not much taller than myself, but seriously, if you say you are 5’7" but you aren’t taller than me, and I am not wearing heels, you are a liar. I have no patience for liars.
ETA: also, a device like the fixator linked above was used to fix my shattered tibia and fibula. It was NOT FUN. Anyone who does this for purely cosmetic reasons is INSANE.
“Really muscular” could be overkill as said above… or, maybe not. What you need is physical confidence, and it sounds like you don’t have that now; whatever gives it to you is what will make a big difference. If YOU strongly suspect you’d feel hotter as a really muscular guy, go for it, but *nothing *works on all teh ladees.