I am 44 years old and trying to have a baby. An infertiliy specialist
has determined that my FSH level is 13.1 and in his opinion I will not be
able to achieve pregency. I started looking for additional information and
have began recording my body temperature every morning. My temperature average
is about 97.4. I have had temeratures in the range of 96.2, 96.8 etc. I also
suffer from psoriasis continiously for the last 15 years. I have a lot
of stress in my life but other than the psoriasis I'm live a healthy life
My question is, could my low body temperature be something I should be
concerned about and is there anything I can do to increase my temperature.
I am 5'8", 135lbs and have been told before that I might have an inactive
Any suggustions would be greatly appreciated.
I think you should have your thyroid function tested. It involves a simple blood test that your doctor can order.
I hope this has been useful. I wish you the best of luck. Feel free to write back.
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Low Body Temperature Patricia 4/13/1999
Re: Low Body Temperature CCF CARDIO MD - DLB 4/13/1999
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