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Doctor Nash, Professor of Medicine (MD)
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I have been really tired this week, no fever, in the

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I have been really tired this week, no fever, in the mornings my temp has been low, it rises in the afternoon
Submitted: 10 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Doctor Nash replied 10 years ago.
All your vital signs vary throughout the day, for heart rate and blood pressure even from heart beat to heart beat if you can measure them.

I can't blame your problem on your blood pressure, which is excellent. If you are premenopausal, you would do well to see your physician to determine whether or not you're anemic.

Let me know if you want to discuss this. My regular activity is teaching medicine, so I am not here all the time. I do check this site frequently; please be patient, and you will get a reply from me.

Dr. Nash