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Both of my children are small for their age. My son is 12 and my daughter is 14. When would I see a growth spurt in either of them?
    
The peak of the adolescent growth spurt in girls occurs at about age 11-13 years for height. Growth is usually complete at age 14.4 years. Therefore, unless your daughter was late starting her periods (a girl grows for about two years after they start menstruating) her growing will slow to a crawl. For boys, growth usually peaks at age 14.4 and usually comes to an end between 15 and 16 years of age.

 

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