Doctor insights on:
To Treat Shock Victims Maintain Normal Body Temperature
What is the reason of low body temperature. How i can treat it, what type of blood test to do, my tsh, t3, T4 results are normal.
It depends: Upon how low your body temperature is. It's probably normal, but check w/your doctor. If thyroid levels are normal, it's not your thyroid. Make sure you are receiving brand name T4 replacement, as the generics are unreliable. ...Read more
Shock is a condition in which a person cannot circulate enough blood (carrying oxygen & nutrients) to the vital organs in the body. If shock persists, various parts of the body will stop working, and the person will die. Causes of shock include injuries, excessive bleeding, heart failure, infections, chemical imbalances, ...Read more
Yes: There is no single temperature reading that is “normal” for all patients, although many consider an oral temperature of 98.6° F (37° C) the norm. Age, exercise, hormones, stress, environmental temperature, time of day, body site, and medications can all influence body temperature. In general, an oral body-temperature range of 96.4° F to 99.1° F (35.8° C to 37.3° C) is acceptable. ...Read more
Fever: 100.4 F is considered a fever for everyone. We all have a slight variation from 98.6 F which is a statistically derived normal temperature. By convention 100.4 F is deemed an abnormal temperature or a fever. We do not adjust that definition for individuals. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My core body temperature (taken orally) has ranged from 97.0 to 98.0. Is this normal? I used to always be 98.6 when yonger. 27 now.
Within normal: Don't worry, you are fine. Everyone has a range if the really took it correctly every day. ...Read more
LOW BODY TEMPERATURE: You did not say how low is your temp'even though 98.4 is cosidered normal bp.But some people have 1 to 1.5 degree lower than that as their normal temp and they feel fine without any symptoms and do not feel cold.Your body is used to this temp and you feel normal. ...Read more
Hi i have a question. I have a normal body temperature rate but my body is always hot. Is there any way it can stop?
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
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- How to treat low body temperature?
- Is it normal to have a low body temperature?
- Calories to maintain human body temperature
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Normal body temperature for 3 year old
- Below normal body temperature and swollen lymph nodes
- How long should it take my body to return to normal after egg retrieval?
- Normal body temperature for a 2 year old
- Thyroid inability to maintain body temperature mood swings