What is the calcification of growth zones due to a couple of extra tablets of calcium D3, ok .. Just increase the daily excretion of Ca in the urine. It is clear that you should not gorge on cans at a time, but you are a reasonable person)
It should be taken in case of nutritional deficiency of Ca, that is, if your diet is poor in dairy products, in the first place; if there is hypofunction of the parathyroid glands, which regulate the balance of Ca-P (hypoparathyroidism); in case of digestion disorders (gastrointestinal tract, vitD, etc.); as well as more intricate problems with the balance thereof in the body.
So eat well, walk more often, do not forget about physical activity and everything will be ok;)
It will increase only if growth was inhibited by a deficiency of vitamin D.
It can be taken strictly within the dosage per body weight, otherwise there will be the opposite effect: the cartilage of the growth zones in the bones will be proactively calcified - then there is growth to stop for good.