Do my pelvic bones keep growing as I get older?

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Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine
Your clothes may not fit like they used to, but it may be due to your pelvic bones and not your waistline. In this video, I will explain why pelvic bones keep growing as we age and how to minimize their growth.
 

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