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I have undergrown for my age. What should i do ?

I am 15, and i think i am defo in puberty! I know this because i got hair under my arms ( a bit) quite a bit of thick black pubes, pretty hairy legs and can ejaculate, but i havent grown!! i am short for my age.. what i am asking is how soon will i start growing!! i eat loads of fruit, veg, meats ect and i aint growing its really annoying me now, please some one answer. thanks :)
Asked On : Mon, 24 Jan 2011
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Hi: I am an endocrinologist. Boys have an pubertal spurt of growth during puberty. If you had started to ejaculate, that means you are definitly beyond stage 3 of puberty. But you have to understand that your growth depends on your genetic potential. With out your height, and your parents height, we really cant assess your stature. Bone age is also very useful. Depending on these reports we can decide on further investigation and treatment if required. But every treatment is possible at this age.
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