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Temperature below 35 degrees Celsius is called hypothermia & is considered an emergency.
I feel the recording is not correct.
The thermometer can be faulty.
Ear thermometer is fast and easy to use.
However, it needs to be placed in the ear properly.
Ear wax may interfere with the reading.
You can try to record with another thermometer or get it checked by doctor.
Sometimes low temperature can be present in case of hypothyroidism, infection.
But as he does not have any other symptom, those are unlikely.
Babies sweat much more than adult.
Low temperature can be due to sweating.
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