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Question: Do growth supplements actually work?
|Greenie900 - Wed Feb 04, 2004 7:41 pm||
I have been researching three supplements that I have considered taking: Prolex (http://www.parmalab.com), B-Growth™ (http://www.heightclinic.com/) and HEIGHTGROWTH PLUS® (http://www.heightgrowth.com/). Some of these companies (or scams, I don't know) claim that they can give the user up to 3 inches within a couple of months. I'm 17 years old, and a doctor told me that my bones were fused. Since then I have grown two additional inches, and I was just wondering if these pills would actually stimulate growth and are they safe to use?
My mom is 5'2, my dad is 5'10. I am currently 5'4, perfectly healthy and very active.
|Dr. Tamer Fouad - Mon Feb 09, 2004 7:12 pm||
Maybe you would like to check a very similar topic to the one you have just posted. Don't hesitate to ask for further assistance.
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