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I am experiencing low body temperatures, as low as 93.9

I am experiencing low body temperatures, as low as 93.9 with sweats, my primary doctor and neurologist do not seem to be addressing the issue but I am extremely concerned. based on my research it appears it may be linked to wilsons temperature disease and would like to know what I can do
Wed, 9 May 2018
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