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Can't stop growing taller
Am 24 years old, and i cant stop growing taller, in 2017 i was 182cm, this year i am 188cm, and still growing, what can be the problem and how can i stop growing taller, i heard men are suppose to stop growing taller at around 18 years old..
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Halo if u r 24 and still growing don’t delay just go for a detailed consultation with endocrinologist. Growth Harmon’s, Igf factor , pituitary MRI as it may be due to growth even . Do it as early as possible.
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Note symptoms like large hands, feets, forehead, tongue , lips etc
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Only getting taller or width of body also increase? U can chat online for detail consultation
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Hello Pls go for growth hormone test And hormones profile
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stop immediately milk and their products
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DEAR FRIEND YOU SHOULD HAVE STOPPED GROWTH BY NOW , PLEASE GET A GROWTH HORMONE TEST DONE AND ALSO SEND A PHOTOGRAPH OF YOURS TO LOOK FOR SIGNS OF GIGANTISM, ALSO GET XRAT OF KNEE AND ELBOW AND HANDS DONE WITH X RAY SKULL TO ENABLE US TO REACH A PROPER DIAGNOSIS
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TO GET THE TESTS RECOMMENDED DONE FOR PROPER DIAGNOSIS
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As described, I suspect an abnormal secretion of Human Growth Hormone from your thyroid gland and it should be immediately dealt with a consultation from an endocrinologist. Please proceed with the same and get the necessary tests done.
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