Does height stop growing at 21?
You get taller throughout your childhood and adolescence, but once adolescence is over nearly all your bones stop growing. Some bones--such as the jaw--grow throughout your life but at such a slow rate it is not noticeable. Obvious growth in height typically ceases at about the age of 18 in women and 21 in men.
Do you grow after 15?
However, once the growth plates in the bones close, a person will generally not grow any taller. Most females reach their full adult height between the ages of 14 and 15. Most males reach their full height by age 16. It is very unusual for a person to grow after age 19.
Does height still grow after 18?
Summary: For most people, height will not increase after age 18 to 20 due to the closure of the growth plates in bones. Compression and decompression of the discs in your spine lead to small changes in height throughout the day.
But it's different for everyone, so don't worry if your child reaches puberty before or after their friends. It's completely normal for puberty to begin at any point from the ages of 8 to 14. The process can take up to 4 years.