I'm always cold, need wear like 8 shirts (including 5 sweaters) on top of each other all day. I know my adrenals aren't optimum based on saliva test, one doc wanted to give my HC, but so far thyroid tests look ok. I have severe CFS, basically bedridden. Can't figure out cause of fatigue. My oral temps are around 98.2-98.4 during the day but at night are around 96.6-97 (when I measured in the summer with layers off). Does anyone else have these temps and feel so cold that they need to wear so many shirts? It started for me 8 years ago, got worse every year. The fatigue only started 3 years ago. Can a person get this cold and tired when having severe adrenal insufficiency or Addison's? Based on my research I thought only thyroid problems can make one feel so cold!!! I also have Raynaud's of hand, feet.
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