(high temperature). Eyes started to become redish & ears inner part is painful. I went to see doctor 4 ... worse. I took the body temperature by using ear thermometer this morning (after wake-up), the reading ...
My 5 year old has a low body temp of 96.6 and is complaining of a headache and being a little dizzy. We live in the and the pollen is bad, but she has not shown symptoms of allergies ever before. Should ...
My 7 month old daughter seems to run a low body temp while sleeping. Between 95.7 and 96.5. Her ... to the touch. Her temp will go back up to 98 in the morning. They ambient temp in the room is 73 degrees ...
My temperature upon waking is low as 96.8, shivers. I sleep in a sweater. under elcric blanket. do not go outside. house is insulated and set at 72 degrees. low temp 3 times a week. by noontime, temp ...
when taking my 2 month old temp do i need to add a degree or subtract one? and whats a normal temp for a 2 month old?
Hello and welcome to HCM,
The body temperature of a two month old is same as that of an adult i.e. 96degree Fahrenheit or 37 degree celcius.
The body temperature can be measured by keeping the thermometer under the axilla.
You needn't add or subtract anything when placing the thermometer under the axilla
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal.
What is a normal temperature for a 10 year old child?
It should be 37 degree centigrade or 97.5 degree fahrenheit.
My son is 8. He has had a stuffy nose for over a week. No medicine helps. Temp is 96.8 and diareaha for 2 days. What could it be?
Deae Friend. His temperature is low..I suppose you should visit an ER for further help
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