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I am 16 years old girl...I read in Google .. after 2 years of period girls stop growing...can some research says it's not true.. totally incorrect statement...i need a correct answer... Which I can believe...I am so confused in this...plz share information with me...in this age can I grow taller...can I have a grow taller in 16 ...plzz give me anss
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Yes you are still in growing age as your bones growing centers don't fuse before 18 After that growth doesn't usually happen You need good exercise and nutrition to gain maximum genetically possible height. Avoid weight gain or getting obese.
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Height growth is determined by genetic factors and mildly modified by nutrition. Growth occurres at different ages between birth and 21-22 years differently in different people. The only thing we can do is to take a well balanced diet and regular physical exercises to promote growth.
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