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I want to increase my height. I am 26yrs old. Is it possible?

Platform shoes. At a listed age of 26, there is no way to "grow" taller.The growth centers that determine linear growth close after adolescence, at 16-17 in most females and 18 in most males.After closure, you can not grow taller, no matter what medication, exercise or diet you follow. Read more...

I want to increase my height. Now I am 20 in age. I am 166cms tall. Is it possible?

Unlikely . If you entered puberty the same time as your friends ; your bone maturity is 18 yo or older there is little you can do to increase your height.A single x-ray of your left hand can be assessed for bone maturity.If bony maturity is more like 15 you might grow an additional couple of inches.Medicines won't help if the growth centers are closed/finished. Read more...

My husband says he can tell if im dialated. Is this possible if he has no medical experience?

? If he is talking about your pupils...Yes, but unless he has a speculum and light source i wouldn't think so. If you are pregnant i would only rely on a trained medical professional to make this evaluation visually or digitally. Read more...

I am trying to get pregnent my dr. Prescribed alivher tablet and placentrex injection for 5 days. Is it possible for getting pregnent?

Depends.... If your fallopian tubes are patent, Ovaries are functioning, and you male partner have good number of motile sperm.....will happen. This much can be said without knowing your age and health status. Hope you are below menopause age. Read more...

How to increase height at the age of 24, 4-6inches atleast. Is this possible to increase in height and if yes, then how much time is needed?

Not usually. Most girls have their growth spurt 2 years before and 2 years after the beginning of their periods. At this late date, another 4-6 inches would be very unlikely. There really isn't anything you can do about your height at this age (or most ages- it's usually related to your genetics). Accept who you are and focus on your strengths and other qualities. Read more...
Unlikely to happen. The growth centers of both genders are essentially closed by the age of 18 making any more linear growth unlikely. An x-ray of the hand can determine if any growth centers remain open, but at 24 this is unlikely.If the x-ray showed bone maturity to be more consistent with the age or 13-14, that much growth might be possible but a visit with an endocrinologist would be needed to understand why. Read more...

I am 21year old female. I want to increase my height. Currently my height is 5'2 ft. Is it possible to increase the height at these age? And if yes how?

I think not, sorry. At your age all growing is over. you can see a specialist to see if your growth plates have closed but if you went through puberty at 11-16 then you have no growth left. You can probably work on your posture to increase your apparent height. A good chiropractor or PT can help with that. Human growth H is a hormone that can make children grow a few more inches... it would not help at your age. Read more...

I want baby boy. Is it possible?

50-50. Roll the dice! and 50-50 each time there after. (in all seriousness, i believe they are finding ways to now isolate x and y spern, but I am no expert. I derfer to my fertility colleagues.) little boy blue come blow your horn! momma want a new baby boy! Read more...
Can avoid girls. It's medically possible to make 100% sure that you do not have any more girls. In other words, your next baby (if you get pregnant again) would be for sure to be a boy. However, this is not something minor and simple. It involves a complex set of medical procedures called ivf and pgd. Read more...
Same way every time. Urban myth may have you believe you can pre-select your offspring but that is bogus.If you go the test tube baby route you might be able to pretest an embryo & have it implanted, but that is tedious & expensive.You get pregnant & get whatever the successful sperm has made.(the sperm determines the sex)you have the same chance for boy or girl any pregnancy. Read more...