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Is it possible for men to have late grow spurts?
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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
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In brief: Only very young men
In order to have a late growth spurt in height, a young man's growth plates in his leg bones must still be open (not fused closed).
Usually, any late growth spurts are at age 17-19, and tend to be genetically determined, so other male relatives may show a similar growth pattern. Growth spurts after age 19 are very unusual, but with over 3 billion males on earth, such spurts possibly could happen.

In brief: Only very young men
In order to have a late growth spurt in height, a young man's growth plates in his leg bones must still be open (not fused closed).
Usually, any late growth spurts are at age 17-19, and tend to be genetically determined, so other male relatives may show a similar growth pattern. Growth spurts after age 19 are very unusual, but with over 3 billion males on earth, such spurts possibly could happen.
Dr. Robert Kwok
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