Talk to a doctor. You might just be like my friend, who was 5'6" when a freshman in college and 6'2" when he graduated 4 years later. Some people's growth just comes later. But the doc should be able to check you out and make sure you're on track in all ways.
Hi Pablo seems that you are just a late starter, you could see a doctor and ask him about hormon treatment of some kind that will give you system a kick start, but if it gets you going it will still be a coulpe of years to see some real improvment in growth, you facial and pubic hair may get away but the rest willtake time.
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