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Does anyone have an abnormally low body temperature? Radiation poisoning?
Ms Sans Serif
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[quote:LisaDiane:MV8yMDY1MDE4XzM0NzU5NDk2X0U3QzkxQjdD] [quote:LOL 963968:MV8yMDY1MDE4XzM0NzQ2Mjk0XzY4NDkzRjA0] Most likely you have it BACKWARD. You developed hypothyroidism, which in turn lowered your body temp. Not the other way around. Low temp can also indicate hypoadrenia, another endocrine gland deficiency. Be careful -- a chronic low body temp can result in overgrowth of organisms that thrive in cooler temps like fungus (Candida albicans, etc.). [/quote] I looked up hypoadrenia to see if this might be a cause of abnormally low fever.... and you are correct. They all are interelated. I did a search on GLP for adrenal fatigue and got great info! [/quote]
Several people I know, including me and my husband, have a "well" temperature of 95 to 97 degrees. Despite us all having 98.6 in the past.
This has resulted in thyroid problems, weight gain, etc.
Has anyone had this experience?
Or know of the true cause or remedies?
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