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What is the cause of a low body temperature in the morning and fatigue?

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I have been tracking my body temperature for a couple of weeks now right in the morning before I get out of bed. It has been running in the low 95's and had dipped as low as 91. I feel very sluggish in the morning and tired for the better part of the day. What could this be?
Posted Fri, 27 Apr 2012 in General Health
Answered by Dr. Tulasi Raman.P 3 hours later
Hi Norean,

Thanks for your query.

The information you have given me is very limited. With this it is difficult for me to get to a probable diagnosis.

So, Please get back to me with the following details.
1. Your age ?
2. Male / Female ?
3. Any medical illness ?
4. Do you smoke or consume alcohol ?
5. On any medications ?
6. Your body temperature on any normal day if recorded ?
7. Does the temperature stay the same throughout the day ?
8. Any lab tests if done ?
9. Family history of similar problems ?
10. Any other details which you think would be helpful ?
11. Mention how you record your body temperature ?

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