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I have a temperature of 95.3 but at times sweat heavily and I am not doing anything. What could be going on?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
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In brief: Check with a doctor

A temperature of 95.
3 is not one's internal temperature (it's too low). Sweating "heavily" can be from many things, such as: being out of shape, having an infection, being in a hot or humid room, having a hormone imbalance, getting anxious, having too much insulation (clothing or body fat), etc... A primary care doctor can evaluate and look for possible problems. Blood tests may be needed.

In brief: Check with a doctor

A temperature of 95.
3 is not one's internal temperature (it's too low). Sweating "heavily" can be from many things, such as: being out of shape, having an infection, being in a hot or humid room, having a hormone imbalance, getting anxious, having too much insulation (clothing or body fat), etc... A primary care doctor can evaluate and look for possible problems. Blood tests may be needed.
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