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Your temperature is 2.1 degrees above YOUR NORMAL. That is definitely a mild fever, and the fact you're vomiting tells you something's not right. If a person who is normally 98.6 were at 100.7, that too would be a fever.10
Have a video chat with your primary care doctor. It's not the temp that's so out of kilter, it's the throwing up that would worry me.
Doyou have body aches or anything else? Chills? Sounds like you're sick with something. But you need to see a doctor.2
Fever is usually over 100. Seems unlikely that your body temp is actually 96.7, how are you checking?1
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Well just keep your eye on what's Happening if you throw enough you need more fluids and if it gets up into the hundreds you should probably go see a doctor do you think it's some type of flu or something else because where I live there are people that have some kind of bacteria thing going on in their stomachs I think it's flu is here So that question was yesterday how do you feel today0
No. If you were to wear a temperature monitor, you would see that your temperature normally fluctuates a few degrees up or down during any given day. Working out, hot weather, all kinds of things can cause a degree or two change.
If it goes above 102, then you might consider Urgent care, and making sure you don't have an infection of some kind.0
Maybe you're just pregnant or having food poisoning0
Nah i dont think its fever cause i think thats my normal body temp.2
Sounds low grade if you are normally cooler than 98.6. But do you feel ok?0
Yes, sounds like you're sick.0
i would say so
For me, it has always been.0
I think so. It is considered a fever0
No, a fever is over 100°F0
Yes, it is.0
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I would ask how you take your temperature, if it is with one of these touchless thermometers or if you use a more accurate mercury thermometer that goes under your tongue. The truth is these touchless thermometers are always registering lower.
I work in healthcare and since COVID started we take our temperatures with these touchless thermometer "guns" and my temp is always something between 96 and 98 with them, but if I take my temp with a mercury thermometer, it is always very close to 98.6 (98.4-98.8, usually)
So long story short tldr, you can probably accurately assume if you are taking your temp with the same type of device every time, your temperature is likely 2 degrees higher, which yes, means you have a low grade fever of around 100.6F
also, 100.6 or 2 degrees higher isn't much to worry about usually. If your temp becomes 5 degrees more than normal, that is the high fever range, and getting 7 degrees more than normal is an extreme danger zone.