Question: Will late bloomers grow taller?

On the other hand, teens who are late bloomers can have minimal height changes until they have a larger growth spurt around the time of their relatively late puberty.

Do late bloomers end up taller?

The answer depends on your sex. Although boys get a late start compared to their female peers, they eventually catch up, and then some. Most girls stop growing taller by age 14 or 15, but, after their early teenage growth spurt, boys continue gaining height at a gradual pace until around 18.

Is it better to be a late bloomer?

The advantage of being a late bloomer is that by the time success strikes, youve got your bearings about you. You know where youre going. You take success for what it is without getting turned in circles so easily. By that point, youve spent enough time outside that you can read the stars.

Why is my puberty taking so long?

Medical Problems. Medical problems also can cause delays in puberty. Some people with chronic illnesses like diabetes, cystic fibrosis, kidney disease, or even asthma may go through puberty at an older age. Thats because their illnesses can make it harder for their bodies to grow and develop.

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