Growth Hormone Deficiency FAQs (cont.)
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What are the symptoms of growth hormone deficiency?
The most common sign of growth hormone deficiency in children is the slowing of growth to less than two inches per year. A child with growth hormone deficiency may also have the following symptoms:
Adults with growth hormone deficiency may have the following symptoms:
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