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Re: 'Normal' Body Temp yxibow

Posted by bimini on September 25, 2008, at 20:02:03

In reply to Re: 'Normal' Body Temp Fletcher, posted by yxibow on September 18, 2008, at 2:27:25

Thank you so much for all this info. My average temp for the past 6 years has been around 96, I don't adjust to climate change, air condition ... I used to have normal temp ~98.

My thyroid tests have been fine, so I was told I was FINE. Well I don't FEEL fine. At times my temp plunges to 94, that feels crappy. At 93 I am too dizzy and confused to speak and listen. 92 feels like the flu, can't move much and usually fall asleep. The lowest I read was 91.2. My doc said that a virus could cause low temp. Or a broken thermometer LOL.

Mine plunges a lot, don't have a permanent virus. I wondered what the lowest temp can be before it does damage. From what read there is no cause to worry until it gets more to mid 80s range. What do you think? It feels to me like all my fluids turn to thick slush. OR like the atmosphere gets thicker and harder to move through.




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