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Old 03-17-2019, 05:41 PM   #1
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Default Low grade fevers after busy days

Does anyone else ever run a slightly elevated temp after especially exhausting days?
I find myself completely depleted and if I take my temp, it will be @99.4. My normal temp is about 97.8

Does this happen to anyone else? Do you know why?
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I've never taken my temperature to check That is super interesting!
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Default Re: Low grade fevers after busy days

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I've never taken my temperature to check That is super interesting!
I have taken it because I will have feverish symptoms, or my kids will hug me or touch me and say "mom, you are really hot"
It is always on Thursdays and Sundays, our busiest days.
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Default Re: Low grade fevers after busy days

It is normal for a persons temp to rise as the day goes on. My youngest would frequently run 99 plus towards evening

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Are you getting enough fluid on those busy days?
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Default Re: Low grade fevers after busy days

My experience I can run a low grade fever during bad/high stress days, or flares of my colitis, or when I don't stay hydrated well enough... I am unaware about in response to just busy days, though I am curious if it is possible it's a normalish thing (like maybe being more physically active those days drives your body temp up a bit higher or something).
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My experience I can run a low grade fever during bad/high stress days.
I guess this is what I meant.
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