Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (gnrh) helps make you taller?

No. It does not make you smaller. It's a pituitary hormone that control the release of sex hormone (estrogen, testosterone...).
Height potential. In kids who have early puberty, we often use gnrh receptor agonist drugs to turn the hormones of puberty off. One goal of treatment is to slow down growth plate maturation anticipating that this may improve final height potential for the young child.

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Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (gnrh) stimulates what?

FSH,LH. Gnrh stimulates follicle stimulating hormone & luteinizing hormone which stimulates the ovary to produce estrogen and Progesterone which stimulates ovulation which causes increased Progesterone which causes secretory endometrium which prepares the endometrium to allow implantation of a fertilized egg. If no fertilized egg, Progesterone falls which stimulates gnrh to again rise & the cycle repeats. Read more...

Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (gnrh) stimulates the production what?

Good question. Gnrh would seem by its name to help release gonadotropin. And if used in a certain fashion it could cause the release of gonadotropins (lh, fsh). However when given in a shot and having a sustained effect on the pituitary, it actually suppresses the release of lh and fsh. And this aspect of the medication can be used to help in many situations. Read more...