Will you grow more if you are 14 years old and 71 inches tall?
Growth depends on many factors including genetics (what you inherit from your parents) and your environment (what you eat, if you have been exposed to smoking, etc.). Adult height is usually based on the height of your parents--there is a formula we use to predict this for girls and for boys. However, there is no definite way to know if you will grow more or not without knowing more information; girls and boys grow at different rates, and growth takes place at different rates for everyone but is usually based on what stage of puberty one is in. The bottom line is that if you are concerned, you should see your physician about it or ask what he or she thinks the next time you have an appointment. If you give more specifics here, you might be able to get a more specific answer as well. Hope this helps! Dr. B. Ofcorse you will You will be 6ft3 when you grow up
It is very well possible you may not get any taller. If you have hit puberty, it is more likely you are at the height you will be. Otherwise if you are a boy and have not hit puberty you may still grow a few more inches. If you are a girl, you may grow one or two more inches but most likely will be at your current height.