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What Does It Mean If You Run A Subnormal Temperature
I am running a subnormal of 94.4 to 96.1. None of the "professionals" that I am seeing seem too interested in what is happening. I feel run down and?
Check ...Thyroid...: Female age not stated, says I am running a subnormal of 94.4 to 96.1. None of the professionals that I am seeing seem too interested in what is happening. I feel run down and? If indeed the subnormal temperature has been confirmed then one needs to see her PCP to check out her Thyroid Functions cos, severe Hypothyroid as,"feeling run down" might suggest, might need thyroid hormone supplementation ...Read more
Is efgr accurate at all? My efgr is "borderline" at 90 but creatinine is totally normal at .7. Confused- wouldn't most my age be subnormal then?
I have severe cold intolerance, subnormal temps, lost 50 pounds, have adrenal rushes at the slightest stressor, I have zero appetite, photosensitivity?
See your doctor: You need to see your doctor to have blood work to check for a thyroid disorder and then other tests if the thyroid function is normal. ...Read more
Fever not all bad: You don't have to get rid of the fever. It is just a symptom. Increased body temperature actually helps your immune system fight infections — that's why your body creates one when you are sick. However, if in pain or uncomfortable because of his illness and you want to do some tylenol, (acetaminophen) there are suppositories you can use (they go in his butt). Ask pharmacist for them. ...Read more
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Fever is > 100.4.: Acetaminophen should be given to help with fever control. Ask your pediatrician for the right dosage, it's dependent on your child's weight and age. Your baby should be taken in to see his/her pediatrician asap, to rule out an infectious process. Most fevers are caused by viral infections, but infants less than 6 months of age with fever need to see their doctor! ...Read more
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
My 2years old child is suddenly running high temperature. He started a malarial medication but it is not coming down, why?
Guidelines: Fever is very common in babies over 6 months old and not usually serious. However, if worried, always call the doctor! Guidelines suggest calling a doctor for babies older than 6 months if the temperature is 103 degrees f (39.4 degrees c) or greater and with symptoms (loss of appetite, cough, unusually fussy or sleepy, pulling on ear or other signs of ear pain, vomiting, diarrhea.). ...Read more
URI: Sneezing usually related to allergen exposure or viral URI with irritation of nasal passage from mucus. Temperature means body fighting an infection — can have fever for viral upper respiratory infection ("cold") or if coughing, a bronchitis or pneumonia. Please see your pediatrician as needed. ...Read more
On the borderline: Here's a good article that explains possible reasons. You are right at the low end of normal, so don't worry. All is likely fine, but you might want to watch it and other signs of a problem. Hope all is good! http://www.Buzzle. Com/articles/low-body-temperature-causes. Html. ...Read more
If under 8 weeks: Fever of 100.8 in the first 8 weeks should be evaluated immediately by a physician. After that point the need for evaluation is less and more dependent on other symptoms. Failure to wet diapers at least every 6 hours, lethergy, or an unwillingness to feed or play some would warrent a regular office visit. ...Read more
If you run a low temperature in the morning, even when your normal temperature is 98.6, is anything wrong?
13 month old has been sick for a few days, and is now running a temperature of 39.6. Should we go to emergency?
Yes if you can not get to babies pediatrician than it will be ok to take the baby to emergency department
other option is to call your pediatrician. ...Read more
For the last three or four nights been running a fever around 101.3 but during the day its normal temperature is this normal?
We have a 7 month old baby with temperature of 35. Is this too low? What should we do?
2 days ago he was running a high temperature of 38.4.
The answer to this: really depends on what he was ill with, how he is otherwise now, what medications if any have been given, and how the temperature was taken. Please resubmit with more information and please have him seen by his doctor. ...Read more
Hello, I think I have gastro. I have been running to the bathroom quite a few times and have a bit of temperature. How can I improve it please?
What can I do to help my 5 year old who has been coughing chronically for the past 4 days? Running a temperature (101.8 highest) over the past 2 days
See his doctor: Could have started as a viral upper respiratory tract infection, it is the season, but bacterial infection may have kicked in, can still be his sinuses, his middle ears or lower airways, medical evaluation will tell, meanwhile give him something for fever, avoid aspirin, saline nasal washes, enough fluids and rest till you see his doctor, wish you both wellness ...Read more
Sure sounds like...: Sure sounds like evaluation is in order to identify pathology, and then target therapy. ...Read more
Do children who have been diagnosed with celiac disease tend to run lower or higher in regard to body temperature?
No: It will not affect their body temperature. ...Read more
I am running a slight temperature, (99.2), extreme headache, my body is shaking, and I've been blacking out... Any idea?
Infection: Maybe you have the flu, you should get this checked out, especially since you are blacking out. You may need medication. ...Read more
My 16 month son is teething and running 38.2 degree celcius. He has been sleeping for the last 2 hours. Is this temperature normal?
When sleeping, I woke up suddenly. And then I have started to tremble. I feel so bad. I guess I run a temperature. What I have to do?
See Dr.: Can't diagnose this over the computer, see a dr. For an exam, good luck. ...Read more
My temperature, taken over 10 times, runs approximately 97.6. If I were to run 99.2 would you deem this a fever for me.and, I emphasize me. Thank you!
Cold: Induced urticaria. Or normal reaction for many. ...Read more
My two year old son's temperature is running low, his forehead is at 97degrees. Should I be concerned?
Not at all: 97 is a normal temperature when taken on the forehead. Is there a reason you are checking his temperature? Does he have some other symptoms you are concerned about? Temperature is just one vital sign among many, so wondering if there is/are other signs that lead you to believe he is I'll in some way. Write back with any other questions or concerns. But NO WORRIES about his temperature. .... ...Read more
My 14 month old son is running a low temperature, is notreally eating or drinking, but is acting normal. Could this just be teething?
Hello Doc, I usually have fever at night running temperature 101 at night and become normal temperature in the morning. What should I do?
Persistent fever?: If you have documented fever of over 100 degrees on more than 3-5 days, you might have a serious illness which will require you to get a medical check up and your doctor will need to run some tests to make sure that you do not have Infection(common cause) or cancer(uncommon cause, only considered if fever has been going on for more than 2-3 weeks). ...Read more
About a week or so before my period starts, during my period and sometimes a few days after,I run a temperature that ranges 99 – 100. Thoughts?
It's normal: This is a normal component of the menstrual cycle. The luteal phase, which is when ovulation occurs, is triggered by a surge in leutinizing hormone (LH) and estradiol. This occurs roughly 21 days into the cycle and ends with onset of menstrual bleeding. The temperature increase marks the start of this phase, and is the basis of the "rhythm method" of contraception. ...Read more
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