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My body temperature is ususally 36.6 C however in hot days it changes and rises up to 37C or 37.3C. I am worried, why is this happening, is it normal?

My body temperature is ususally 36.6 C however in hot days it changes and rises up to 37C or 37.3C. I am worried, why is this happening, is it normal?

Yes: Normal temperature is a range from 36.1 C to 37.7 C. It is normal for a person's temperature to fluctuate over the course of the day. We are coldest in the morning and warmest in the late afternoon to early evening. It is also normal to be hotter after exercise or being in a warm environment. ...Read more

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I get little bumps all over when my body temperature changes drastically. Normally after gym or when I have been out side in the snow. What are they?

I get little bumps all over when my body temperature changes drastically. Normally after gym or when I have been out side in the snow. What are they?

Goose bumps: These are goose bumps . We call it pilo erection. This a vestigial ( or not useful anymore) reflex seen in other animals also. Caused by the contraction of muscles at the base of each hair. In animals like cat, it make them appear bigger and furious so that it could scare the enemy away. For us , we don't have that much body hair , so vestigial. ...Read more

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When my body temperature changes i sneeze. What is that all about? Also, sneezing is awfully painful on my throat and nose?

When my body temperature changes i sneeze. What is that all about? Also, sneezing is awfully painful on my throat and nose?

Vasovagal response: Vagus nerve creates that feeling of sudden cold after sneezing similar to shock like feeling you get when you are frightened. This is due to increased pressure near neck area. That is also the reason for pain in throat and nose the increased pressure. To help use slight pressure under your nose just above the lips "philtral dimple" this will help to reduce excess pressure during sneezing. ...Read more

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I am a teenager and my body temperature is always in the 94's it's never higher. Is that bad?

I am a teenager and my body temperature is always in the 94's it's never higher. Is that bad?

Not, unless sick: Temperature ranges several degrees daily in most individuals, and also varies with where it is taken. Rectal temperatures are the most reliable, but not usually done except in very young infants, where a temperature over 100.4 is significant and needs evaluation. If you feel healthy and rarely get sick, it is not important ...Read more

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S low body temperature a bad sign?

S low body temperature a bad sign?

Low body temperature: A mildly low body temperature is not always a problem. A temperature less than 95f (35c) is considered hypothermia and temperatures this low can produce problems for a person. ...Read more

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I have been running a body temperature in the 97's. Is this something I should be concerned about?

I have been running a body temperature in the 97's. Is this something I should be concerned about?

Depends how: You are taking it. If this is true core temperature, it might be a bit low. If you are taking it oral or axillary, these determinations tend to be one degree lower than core temp. If you are doing ok otherwise, no real concern here. ...Read more

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Normal body temperature?

Relative term: What's normal for you might be different than other people but in general, 98.6f is consider ok. ...Read more

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