Did you take oral temperature?
What were the symptoms or reasons you took temperature?
What is your otherwise normal temperature?
Yesterday I felt dehydrated and near heat stroke condition. I started out today fine. Worked outside while drinking plenty of water but it was still 109F. I felt akey and a little natious. But I have held food down and no runny nose or itchy throat.
I used a Oral thermometer. At 930 pacific time it read 97.5 degrees. I am usually 98.6 typical temp. A minute ago (330 am pacific) I took my temp and it was 96.6 F.
I feel really akey and really feel sick. I do feel natious now. I took advil and tylenol yesterday and just took more tylenol now.
The electrolyte disturbances and dehydration is common cause for the this low temperature and with your symptoms, it seems that you may require some intravenous fluids. Tylenol and Advil may also be contributory to low temperature with the dehydration and electrolyte disturbances. The low temperature also can be recorded if you had drunk water or any liquid from the fridge and immediately taken the temperature. Oral temperature stays low for atleast 10 minutes and in this case a temperature should be taken after 15 minutes of consuming anything. If your symptoms severity persists and temperature also stays low, it would be prudent that you consult Emergency Room.
Please feel free for your follow up questions.
You would require around three and a half liters of the fluids in the 24 hours period. Your can equally distribute this amount of liquids in following fluids;
3) commercial oral rehydration formulas are available and have been designed to promote optimal absorption of nutrients. You do not need prescription for them.
4) Fresh juice
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