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Well, not all human beings have the perfect bookish body temperature. A person can have a ‘normal body temperature’ that would become lower in certain instances. Another person can have a lower temperature without any cause.
If your body temperature is constant for a particular time of the day or night measured over a week, there is nothing to worry about. The temperature is lowest early in the morning.
However, if you feel chills, weakness etc then consult a doctor. Take care!
nah..some ppl run a little low...some a bit higher. 98.6 is just a ball park figure and as long as you feel good..do you? I wouldn't worry about it. If you feel run down, not yourself..and if this is not "normal" for you I'd have it checked out..go have your blood work done:O)
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