?which cause early bone maturation?testosterone or estrogen?
It is testosterone. Teenagers who do anabolic steriods run the risk of prematurely losing their "growth plates" or "zones of ossification" thus halting any further growth of the long bones.
Neither, uneducation and the proverb of "its ok its normal exploration"
This is totally a guess from memory, but I muse over reading that DHEA somewhat improves bone density, and it is a precursor to the androgenic steroids, so possibly it would give testosterone an rim on bone formation. However, I couldn't tell you going on for whether it causes bone to form "quicker."
It is indeed testosterone. In paed patients( pubertal ), this causes this fusion of the long bones sooner than short, resulting in shorter stature.
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