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Severe Body Temperature Deregulation
My body temperature is 35°c and my body is always cold. When i'm sick it's 37°. Is that normal? What causes this? Can severe amaemia be the reason?
Hi Docs, hv being coughing for a week now, that got severe at night or whenever im sleeping.My body temperature was 32c yestdy n 33.8 today. Pls help?
Actually I am going through severe weight loss . I fell sick from inside all the time . My body temperature remains above normal . Please suggest me?
Severe headache descending into my neck, feeling feverish but low body temperature- what could this be?
Many things: We truly need more information. I would recommend that you be seen by a physician. S/he will determine what further evaluation you need. ...Read more
Husband has foculsegmental glomular sclerois but is now under control, still exhausted with twitching, cramps, severe low body temperature, why?
Broken thermometer: More likely to have a broken thermometer or incorrectly used thermometer rather than truly low core temperature as suggested by your reading. Why did you check in the first place? If you're well, probably nothing to worry about. If you're not well, then go see your family doc for true reading, evaluation & treatment. ...Read more
Subnormal: Temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit is considered normal. When the temp goes lower you may have an infection, be dying or could be in need of a new thermometer. More information would be needed to get to a working diagnosis. ...Read more
Around 107: It appears to be 107 degrees f. At that temperature cells start shutting down and dying, leading of course to eventual body death as organs turn off and are damaged. ...Read more
Don't Worry: You should mention it & have your regular md record your baseline temp so that if you have what is considered a "normal" they know that indicates a low-grade fever for you. Normal temps, etc. Are averages and some are a little above or below for their normal but knowing your normal will help your doctors treat you better when you have problems. ...Read more
It ain't a gland: The hypothalamus is the site of temperature regulation. There are actually two areas of the hypothalamus, almost touching each other, responsible--one for not allowing temperature to go too low & the other not allowing the temperature to go too high. Of course many factors may interfere with this, such as colds & other infections. ...Read more
Body Temperature: The normal body temperature for a baby is no different than the rest of us. 98.6f (37c) is considered the norm. ...Read more
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