--- Ziana Astralos <email@example.com> wrote: and
--- Neal Marin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Well, there's that growth-hormone stuff, but I don't
> > know very much about that, only heard of it.
> Yah, now that I think about it, I've heard of it
> too... don't think it's very commonly used though, at
> least my doctor has never turned to me and said;
> "we're contemplated administering the growth hormone."
When I was 6 years old I was an entire size smaller than my peers. I was slight
and short and frankly considered a runt. From that time till I was 13 I was
given growth hormones. I knew them as thyroid pills. From age 11 till 15 I was
considered euphemistically "stocky" or "husky" or any other term to imply a
little bit of an over weight situation. I was no couch potato though and video
games and pc's didn't exist so I played a lot outside. Between 10th and 11th
grade I grew 5 inches in height. I know this sounds very very strange if not
impossible but I have the skin stretch mark scars to prove it. I am now 200 lbs
and 6 feet 5 inches tall. I did not stop growing until age 22. I hope this helps
regarding the use of growth hormones.
-- "Quod de futuris non est determinata omnino veritas" NOSTRADAMUS 15TH Century
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