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Growth and pubertal development (too slow!)
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I'm not sure if I you can help me but I have an issue which bothers me a quite long time.
So my problem is that my growth and my pubertal development is quite slow.
I had also my growth plate measured but the result doesn't fit into current reality.
I'm 23 years now and I'm still about 1,71 m (growth plates showed about 1,80 m) and it's not only the height my whole appearance, I look more than a 16 year old than a 23 year old.
And I had no real pubertal growth spurt or whatsoever.
So I want to know if I can do anything to initiate or accelerate my development cause right now it's more or less (more less) is happening.
Maybe there's someone out there who can help me?
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