A physician or others, such as staff of a health care station or a physiotherapist, can measure a teenager's height during a certain period of time. When she no longer has her height altered, her growth is completed. The completion of the growth process
of males and females vary according to their genetic heritage.
Another process can be taken by the girl or the boy. They themselves can measure their heights in home every 6 months. That can be started when they are 15/16 years old. When they notice that their heights remain the same after 6/8 months after the last measurement certainly they won't grow more than that.
A physician would be able to determine if growth plates are damaged by doing X-rays.
tell them you will get it after they do alot of chores for you
Only a physician can tell you that.
tell your parents that you need it and it is very important to youJust tell them why.
NOW THEN. You have to tell them to get the frak out of your house.
in there days probably 10 but when that child turn a teenager look at the line at the bottom it will also tell you, :) :) :) :)
As an anemic teenager, I can tell you that iron-enriched foods such as leafy, green veggies and red meat should be suitable
Consult your child's physician.
Only your physician is qualified to tell you if this is appropriate for you or not. Each patient has a unique history that only a physician can evaluate.
iono you tell me