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Height Problem

I Want height growth injections. My height is just 5"2. And I want to increase it fast. And that too around 6.
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Dr. J. P. Singh Delhi | Orthopedist
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It is unlikely that you will gain much height from now on, as bone maturity is at about 17 years of age. After your growth plates in bone fuse, there is no way that you can gain height. You should be happy with what you have, and by no means your height should undermine your self esteem.
In order to get the best of the growth phase you have left, consult an endocrinologist.
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Dr. Kiran S Murthy Bangalore | Clinical Physiotherapist
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hi start swimming with pull up exercises regularly.Important thing is hav proper nutritional food.
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Dr. Chirag Dalal Mumbai | Orthopedic Surgeon
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Good things come in small packages.
Just be happy with what you have.
Don't unnecessarily take medications for height gain as they might contain either steroids or hormones which might be bad for you.
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Dr. Chethan R S Bangalore | General Physician
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Hi..... Unfortunately, once you're done growing, that's pretty much it. Men grow height-wise until ~21 years old, although depending on the person they may experience slight changes until 25. For someone in their later twenties, you're already not producing the regul ar pulsatile bursts of growth hormone needed to stimulate longitudinal growth, but even if an exogenous source was provided, the growth region of the bone known as the epiphyseal plate has already shut down, so you'd only grow laterally. If you get doses of growth hormone as an adult, you develop a condition known as acromegaly.
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