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The healthcare worker who measures your body temperature when you enter the office every day, tells you "mostly" how many degrees is this?

30-32C (86-90F)
2 (18.2%)
33-35C (91-95F)
0 (0%)
36-38C (96-101F)
9 (81.8%)
39-40C (102-104F)
0 (0%)

Total Members Voted: 11

Your average body temperature

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Re: Your average body temperature
« Reply #30 on: June 28, 2020, 09:18:59 PM »

In order to compare whether or not I am healty, ask your grandfather his average body temperature.

My grandfather's average body temperature is room temperature.

And mine are about the average annual temperature of the places they're buried.

This doesn't bode well for Mr. Wise's health.
Maybe Mr. Wise's body temperature is an indication that he's soon to be interred.
No wonder he never make any sense - it's probably just his dementia.
Stop to insult! I have nothing to say you lie! I am good and healty.

Too bad I'm being ignored again.  If Wise really has a body temperature of 86F he needs to take my advice and go to a hospital.  And sue whatever caregivers think that temperature is nothing to be concerned about, because if it's true they are completely incompetent.

Someone certainly is incompetent here.

Of course... the more likely explanation is he has no idea what he's talking about.  Still... it's highly likely he needs some serious meds.


It is my understanding that a temperature of 95 is hypothermia and the flight time from the doctor.
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Re: Your average body temperature
« Reply #31 on: June 29, 2020, 07:40:40 AM »

In order to compare whether or not I am healty, ask your grandfather his average body temperature.

My grandfather's average body temperature is room temperature.

And mine are about the average annual temperature of the places they're buried.

This doesn't bode well for Mr. Wise's health.
Maybe Mr. Wise's body temperature is an indication that he's soon to be interred.
No wonder he never make any sense - it's probably just his dementia.
Stop to insult! I have nothing to say you lie! I am good and healty.

Too bad I'm being ignored again.  If Wise really has a body temperature of 86F he needs to take my advice and go to a hospital.  And sue whatever caregivers think that temperature is nothing to be concerned about, because if it's true they are completely incompetent.

Someone certainly is incompetent here.

Of course... the more likely explanation is he has no idea what he's talking about.  Still... it's highly likely he needs some serious meds.


It is my understanding that a temperature of 95 is hypothermia and the flight time from the doctor.

Yes, 95 and below is hypothermia, and you start treatments to mitigate it.

Below 86 you stop treating hypothermia symptoms and go into 'keep this guy alive because he's about to die' mode. At that point it's a race to keep them from dying.  So yeah... if he was recorded at 86 by his social worker... no.  No way.


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Re: Your average body temperature
« Reply #32 on: June 29, 2020, 01:37:13 PM »
The medical officers who measure our fever are not nurses or doctors, but security guards assigned to this job. This is because they can force out of the office those with high fever. So they may misinterpret the low fever. She showed me the procedure they have. Mandatory leave if there is high fever, no measures are considered if the fever is low.

I was never able to run fast when I was young. In other words, my body has never been able to accelerate and warm up. However, I can walk very long distances without getting tired. I think I can walk to a high place where I can see all countries without resting for 40 days, free to try. I am open to such offers; Devil?  ;)

I am affected very quickly in hot weather, but cold weather does not affect me that much. Since I am used to it this way, it seems normal to me. Ehmm. I thought I wouldn't feel cold if I lived in Alaska.

Anyway, I don't think this is a health problem. This is more about the physical structure, not the health.


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Re: Your average body temperature
« Reply #33 on: June 29, 2020, 01:57:42 PM »
The medical officers who measure our fever are not nurses or doctors, but security guards assigned to this job. This is because they can force out of the office those with high fever. So they may misinterpret the low fever. She showed me the procedure they have. Mandatory leave if there is high fever, no measures are considered if the fever is low.

I was never able to run fast when I was young. In other words, my body has never been able to accelerate and warm up. However, I can walk very long distances without getting tired. I think I can walk to a high place where I can see all countries without resting for 40 days, free to try. I am open to such offers; Devil?  ;)

I am affected very quickly in hot weather, but cold weather does not affect me that much. Since I am used to it this way, it seems normal to me. Ehmm. I thought I wouldn't feel cold if I lived in Alaska.

Anyway, I don't think this is a health problem. This is more about the physical structure, not the health.

A body temperature of 86F is not just a health problem, it's a "you're going to die" problem. 

I seriously doubt that's a real reading, these security guards clearly have no idea what they are doing.  If they said your temp was -700F would to believe that too?


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Re: Your average body temperature
« Reply #34 on: June 29, 2020, 02:14:30 PM »
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