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I’m 12 years old and I got my period at 10; Will I still grow?

The young man says he is 1.55 m tall, his mother is 1.60 m, but he doesn’t know how tall his father is

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Doctor, I’m 12 years old, I’m 1.55m tall, I got my period at 10 and my mother is 1.60m tall. My father passed away and I don’t know how tall he is, but my brother is 1.87m. Can I get to 1.60? I didn’t want to go any further, but this year I only grew about 2cm.

From what you tell us, you are still 12 years old, but you got your period at 10. About 2 or 3 years after the date of your first period, your height growth slows down a lot.

So it is possible that this year you will grow 2 to 4 cm, and in the next few years, you will grow at a slightly slower rate.

I think you can reach 1.60 m, especially since your brother is quite tall, but to be sure it is better to consult your pediatrician, who has a growth chart in his office, and can tell you what the estimated height is for you .

Source: Terra

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