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Old 05-06-2020, 02:28 PM #1
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I had four doses of rabies vaccine almost a month ago. In the last two weeks I observed that my body has been sweating much lesser than usual. And a couple nights ago I noticed that my body temperature(measured oral) plummeted to 96.2F. I had the AC On at 22C. I felt that my body was at the brink of shivering, but isn't. On the other side, I'm measuring temperatures around 98.8F, even 99 when not in a cooled room. I live in India, and it's fairly hot weather as of now. My limbs have almost stopped sweating.
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hello unbitten!

well, low body temperatures or feeling cold can be a sign of thyroid problems. however, all your temperatures are within normal limits. body temperature fluctuates throughout the day, with lower temps being experienced right before you wake up and higher temps in the late afternoon/early evening. your body temp can react to your environment. if you exercise, your temp goes up. it might get lower in an air conditioned room.

if you drink something cold up to 15 minutes before you take an oral temp, your temp will be lower.

if you're concerned about thyroid disease, ask your doctor to order a TSH test. pay attention and write down any other symptoms you are having; excess thirst, fatigue, weight gain or loss, etc. other symptoms combined with body temperature offer a better picture of your problems.

temperatures within certain limits are normal (obviously a high temp signals a fever). if you're concerned about your lack of sweating, that could be another problem. seems like you should talk to your doctor just to get some reassurance you are having no problems from the rabies shots or a thyroid prob.

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Hi, Unbitten!

Jeannie (akatc) makes a good point about the way temperatures can vary and still be considered normal. This article discusses it:

Body Temperature: What Is (and Isn’t) Normal? – Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic
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