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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?
No great way: There really isn't a long term way to do this without chemically/hormonally altering your body. Body temperature is regulated by the hypothalamus - a special area of the brain. There is no way to consistently affect the set point in this area. It's why overall temperatures are fairly consistent across people of all different sizes and body types. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Temperature: A temperature is often the body's response to some infectious process. You need to be examined to assess why you are hot, as opposed to simply trying to eat foods that will cool you. If you can not get your body temp. Down until you see a doctor with antipyretic medications, than soaking in tepid (cool) water will help. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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