The normal temperature is 98.6o Fahrenheit (37o Celsius) But 97.3o is not uncommon and is completely normal to have as a body temperature. 97o-99o is considered a normal, and safe temperature range for humans.
It depends on the setpoint of the thermostat.
It is the same as anyone else, including those who have a normal body temperature of 98.6. the actual average body temperature for humans ranges from 97-98 degrees. So your body temperature is completely normal and will have no different circumstances than any other person with a 98.6 normal body temperature.
97.3 F is a completely normal temperature for an 18 month old
98.9F is a normal temperature.
Is it temperature 99 is normal?
When a person has a normal body temperature it is ca
Normal range is 190-220 F
Usually a normal office temperature is a normal room temperature of 72 degrees Fahrenheit.
Another name for normal body temperature is core body temperature.
the body temperature of a normal man is 37
No material has a "normal temperature"; materials tend to assume the temperature of their surroundings.
Sounds like it could be a bad thermostat - not closing to allow engine to heat to normal operating temperature
the normal temperature for an adult is 36.5-37.7
What is the normal temperature of domestic animals ?
Is 94.1 normal temperature for baby
Yes this is a normal temperature if you mean in degrees C. optimum temperature is 36.8oC but 37.5 is still a normal temperature.
A deer has a normal body temperature that is higher than that of a human. The normal body temperature of a deer is 101.1
No, that is slightly lower than normal. 98.6 is a normal body temperature.
yes, it is completely normal.
It is completely normal.
yes it is completely normal.
The normal temperature of a normal healthy person 37C, or 98.6F. However, each person can have a 'normal' temperature between 97.6 to 99.6, without evidence of infection.
There is a direct correlation between heart rate and temperature. An increase in temperature, from normal, causes heart rate to increase. A decrease in temperature, from normal, causes heart rate to decrease. >>That is not completely true. For A science fair project i tested this and we found that in extremes of hot and cold climates our heart rate increased both times