When do boys stop growing?


For male children, puberty starts at around age 11 _ 12 and is complete at around age 16 _ 17. After the onset of puberty, adolescents experience a growth spurt, which lasts up to two years. During this period of growth, male adolescents can expect to grow up to 4 inches a year. In general, adolescents can expect to be at their final height by age 20.
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Boys and girls usually continue to grow until they are 14-16 years old, but this depends on when they started puberty.
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