One of the known anabolic effects of anabolic steroids is accelerated linear bone growth. Estrogen is known to accelerate the fusion rate of ephysial plates.
Less androgenic (and one very androgenic), non aromatising anabolic steroids have been trialed in low to moderate dosages (before GH was readily available) to combat short stature in children and young teenagers. The results varied, however there does appear to be a therapeutic window in which low doses of certain anabolics (namely oxandrolone and fluoxymesterone) may increase final adult height within short kids/teens or at the very least accelerate maturation to the point where final adult height (absent of comprimisation) can be reached quicker
What you’re worrying about is illogical, the truth is… the vast majority of young, healthy men have finished up linear height growth by age 16-18. What’s left after that, if any at all… is typically about one millimetre… granted there are outliers. I didn’t grow much at all after the age of fourteen (perhaps an inch between 14-16)
If you’re worried about you’re height and not growing taller in you’re twenties you need to re integrate into logical ideology. No offence. But expecting to grow to any perceivable amount after TWENTY is illogical, it’s simply not how the healthy human male will typically undergo development