Q&A: Is it true that women start growing when they stop mestruating?

Question by MickeyJack: Is it true that women start growing when they stop mestruating?
Do women grow differently than men or do they grow the same way?

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Answer by Andrew J Rowe
It’s true that Growth Slows Down when Girls START Menstruating.

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2 thoughts on “Q&A: Is it true that women start growing when they stop mestruating?

  • January 27, 2014 at 8:58 pm
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    Women are usually done growing very soon afterwards. I started my period at 13 and had my last growth spurt at 14.

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  • January 27, 2014 at 9:20 pm
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    Uh, we pretty much grow the same way. It doesn’t make sense to start growing AFTER you stop menstruating since by then most are in their mid to late fifties. Why would the body need to start growing at that age? It doesn’t make any sense to not grow at all until you START menstruating either. We all age pretty much the same way. We start out as babies, then toddlers, then kids, then teenagers, then young adults, then adults, then older adults and then senior citizens. Women do grow differently than men obviously, since we have different parts and different jobs in the reproductive cycle, but the way I take your question you just seem to think that women have an extra stage in their life cycle from baby to senior citizen which isn’t actually there.

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