I'm 20 years now,but im still about 5 feet only.Do i still have the chance to grow taller naturally?
I dont have much sleep because im busy at work.. And sometimes im tired and sleepless..at the age of 20.Can I still grow taller more than 5 feet?
it doesn't matter how often you ask this question, you're not likely to get a different answer, There will be plenty of people out there who find you attractive, if that is what's worrying you, they won't worry about your size.
Be happy and proud of who and what you are, not some fantasy of what you think you should be.
you just never know, growth varies for everyone. I don't think the 21 years hype exist anymore. Some people are still growing after the have turned 21
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