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Below Normal Temperature
Sometimes my body shows below normal temperature(97*f).Can it be a symptom for any abnormality or cancer or low immunity?
No: Probably nothing except for the thermometer. If you were really hypothermic, you would know it. That being said, in infants or the elderly, low temp can be seen with infections and illness. ...Read more
I have a fever and below normal temperature, sore throat and I am coughing up blood tinged phlegm. Pain inside right upper chest.?
Hemoptysis.,,: Coughing up blood, called hemoptysis, is a symptom that always requires evaluation. The most common cause of hemoptysis is bronchitis but malignancy, which can also cause this symptom , needs to be ruled out. Your symptoms overall sound like acute bronchitis but see your doctor to rule out underlying malignancy early, when it is curable. If you smoke, quit today! your doctor can help with this! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am extremely tired. I feel like I have a fever, but I am running temperatures below normal. This extreme fatigue has lasted for three weeks. I ?
To see MD: Go to see md o have yourself checked.. There are many things that can cause significant fatigue for example - thyroid problem, / low level of thyroid hormone, anemia due o iron or other vitamin deficiency, uncontrolled cronic condition such as diabetes, kidney problems, dehydration etc. Go o see your doctor for urther evaluation. ...Read more
Underarm my temperature is 97.3 or below 98.bt oral temperature is 98.9 or sumtimes til 99.1. Y so?last mnth I was admitted for fevr.all test r normal
Normal temperature: Current measures are within acceptable limits. If symptomatic see your PCP ...Read more
Is it likely I have appendicitis? I have normal blood pressure and temperature but have bad pain around my hip area and up my side below my right rib
Temperature: Body temperature depends on multiple factors -- the person, your age, what you've been doing, time of day, where you're measuring (under tongue, armpit, rectally, etc). Normal body temperature varies between 97 to 99 degrees f -- so without knowing about the factors mentioned above, i'm guessing your 99.1 degrees is probably normal. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
97.8°F to 99°F: The normal body temperature of an adult varies depending on gender, recent activity, food and fluid consumption, time of day, and, in women, the stage of the menstrual cycle. Normal body temperature can range from 97.8°F (36.5°C) to 99°F (37.2°C). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What's normal?: The mode of taking a temperature is important, with oral or rectal most reliable. There is a range of normal temps. There are very few diseases that cause consistently low temperatures when measured accurately. True fevers, with temperatures above 100f or so, that persist or recur need to be evaluated by your pcp. Feeling hot or cold with normal temp can be caused by thyroid or other diseases. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low temp. . .: That temp is lower than normal. If you have no other symptoms it is nothing to get excited about though. The low temp could be due to the device you used to check it, and where you took the temp (mouth, armpit, ear?). The thermometer may be poor quality or broken or you did not use it properly. If you feel bad, then see a doctor and find out what is going on. ...Read more
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