Under developed bones in arms/hands

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not sure if i'm in the right topic category, but when i was a kid/teenager i had an eating disorder and was extremely malnourished that my arms wouldnt grow with my body. as an adult i didnt take much better care of myself due to my drug addiction but i am now 31 and sober but still very unhealthy and malnourished and have low testosterone. my question is this, when i do get back to being healthy and my testosterone levels are back to normal, is there any chance of the bones in my forearms and hands getting any thicker? i know bones thicken as you age but will i see any major differences once i get back to being healthy? any info would be appriciated, thanks.

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