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No Fever
I am an eighteen year old female.  I have had no fever for about ten years now.  I have had medically diagnosed diseases that warrant a fever (mononucleosis, pneumonia, cold, flu, sinus infections, etc.).  I never have a fever with any of these. My normal body temp runs between 95 and 99 degrees.  I also think I might have an immune disease.  I always seem to be sick with something.  I get sick about ten times a year.  I noticed my being sick all the time happened around the same time as I was getting over mono.  I am not sure if that caused it, or was just a coincidence.  I am really puzzled by my lack of fever and cannot find much on the internet to help. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Katie,
Look up info about Wilson's syndrome, and see if it fits.

http://www.wilsonssyndrome.com/QuestionsAndAnswers.htm

http://www.wilsonssyndrome.com/Diagnosed.htm#Temp

From what I understand, a chronic low body temperature may be due to subclinical low thyroid function.
So if you run a fever, your temp would still be lower than normal.

Wishing you the best,
Carol
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