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Thread started 09/29/09 5:50pm

BoOTyLiCioUs

I have a temperture of 95.9

plus feeling light headed and dizzy. what happens when ur temperature is lower than normal?
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Reply #1 posted 09/29/09 6:23pm

Moonbeam

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Oh no. sad

Cover up as well as you can and make sure you eat and drink lots of fluids.
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Reply #2 posted 09/29/09 6:27pm

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This is from wikipedia, so take it with a grain of salt...

* Stage 1

Body temperature drops by 1-2 °C (1.8-3.6 °F) below normal temperature (down to 35-37 °C or 95-98.6 °F). Mild to strong shivering occurs. The victim is unable to perform complex tasks with the hands; the hands become numb. Blood vessels in the outer extremities constrict, lessening heat loss to the outside air. Breathing becomes quick and shallow. Goose bumps form, raising body hair on end in an attempt to create an insulating layer of air around the body (which is of limited use in humans due to lack of sufficient hair, but useful in other species). Victim may feel sick to their stomach, and very tired. Often, a person will experience a warm sensation, as if they have recovered, but they are in fact heading into Stage 2. Another test to see if the person is entering stage 2 is if they are unable to touch their thumb with their little finger; this is the first stage of muscles not working. They might start to have trouble seeing.
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Reply #3 posted 09/29/09 7:13pm

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That body temperature seems a little low. neutral You could just have a circulation issue, but I would take your temperature over several days, even if you feel better later. The normal body temperature is 98.6 degrees, but if you're slightly off by a couple tenths of a degree, then I wouldn't worry. But if your body temperature is consistently in the 96 or 97 degree range, then you should see a doctor and have your thyroid checked, because that may be a sign that you have hypothryoidism. Other signs of that are overly dry skin on some parts of the body and a tendency for your extremities (hands, feet) to get cold very quickly when you're walking barefoot.

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Reply #4 posted 09/29/09 8:15pm

BoOTyLiCioUs

Moonbeam said:

This is from wikipedia, so take it with a grain of salt...

* Stage 1

Body temperature drops by 1-2 °C (1.8-3.6 °F) below normal temperature (down to 35-37 °C or 95-98.6 °F). Mild to strong shivering occurs. The victim is unable to perform complex tasks with the hands; the hands become numb. Blood vessels in the outer extremities constrict, lessening heat loss to the outside air. Breathing becomes quick and shallow. Goose bumps form, raising body hair on end in an attempt to create an insulating layer of air around the body (which is of limited use in humans due to lack of sufficient hair, but useful in other species). Victim may feel sick to their stomach, and very tired. Often, a person will experience a warm sensation, as if they have recovered, but they are in fact heading into Stage 2. Another test to see if the person is entering stage 2 is if they are unable to touch their thumb with their little finger; this is the first stage of muscles not working. They might start to have trouble seeing.


eek i was having blurry vision earlier on today.
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Reply #5 posted 09/29/09 8:16pm

BoOTyLiCioUs

728huey said:

That body temperature seems a little low. neutral You could just have a circulation issue, but I would take your temperature over several days, even if you feel better later. The normal body temperature is 98.6 degrees, but if you're slightly off by a couple tenths of a degree, then I wouldn't worry. But if your body temperature is consistently in the 96 or 97 degree range, then you should see a doctor and have your thyroid checked, because that may be a sign that you have hypothryoidism. Other signs of that are overly dry skin on some parts of the body and a tendency for your extremities (hands, feet) to get cold very quickly when you're walking barefoot.

typing


it is...i took it again and it was 96.6...real low for me.
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Reply #6 posted 09/29/09 8:21pm

Genesia

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Are you a woman? Temperature can drop at certain times of the month - before ovulation or right before your period. It's totally normal.
I mean if he did have sex he would break every rule Jehova's have regarding premarital sex so Prince is really just friends with them all anyway.
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Reply #7 posted 09/29/09 8:29pm

BoOTyLiCioUs

Genesia said:

Are you a woman? Temperature can drop at certain times of the month - before ovulation or right before your period. It's totally normal.

i just had my period....not due for awhile.
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Reply #8 posted 09/29/09 9:06pm

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BoOTyLiCioUs said:

Moonbeam said:

This is from wikipedia, so take it with a grain of salt...

* Stage 1

Body temperature drops by 1-2 °C (1.8-3.6 °F) below normal temperature (down to 35-37 °C or 95-98.6 °F). Mild to strong shivering occurs. The victim is unable to perform complex tasks with the hands; the hands become numb. Blood vessels in the outer extremities constrict, lessening heat loss to the outside air. Breathing becomes quick and shallow. Goose bumps form, raising body hair on end in an attempt to create an insulating layer of air around the body (which is of limited use in humans due to lack of sufficient hair, but useful in other species). Victim may feel sick to their stomach, and very tired. Often, a person will experience a warm sensation, as if they have recovered, but they are in fact heading into Stage 2. Another test to see if the person is entering stage 2 is if they are unable to touch their thumb with their little finger; this is the first stage of muscles not working. They might start to have trouble seeing.


eek i was having blurry vision earlier on today.


See a doctor! I hope it turns out ok.
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Reply #9 posted 09/29/09 10:49pm

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BoOTyLiCioUs said:

plus feeling light headed and dizzy. what happens when ur temperature is lower than normal?


did you take your temp externally or internally?

when did you last eat?
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