Jan 14, 2009 6:00AM
hi girls, would 35.5 be normal or a bit low?
What does a low temperature mean?
Jan 14, 2009 5:45AM
It really depends on what your lo's usual temperature is - I know that is not much help but everyones temp is a bit different normally anyway!
Jan 14, 2009 5:50AM
Ah i didn't know that! thanks though craftycharli! she's perked up loads now anyway i think it just must have been a slow start to the morning as she wouldnt let go of either me or her daddy and wasn't herself.... but half an hour on and she's back to normal!
Jan 14, 2009 6:00AM
It is worht just taking her temp a few times when she is fine just to get an idea of what her 'normal' is then you will know in future - I didn't know this either but was told by doc when max was ill over Christmas! I now know his normal is only about 36 (not the 37 we are all told)!
Glad she's perked up anyway!
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