Okay, guys, what I'm trying to say here, is that body temperature alone isn't a symptom.
Some people just run hotter or cooler than others and its perfectly normal.. for them.
Also you temperature fluctuates during a 24 hour period.
Its not static.
Look at the graph in the link I posted and you can see for yourself.
What you do need to check if you are so cold you can't function, is your thyroid hormone numbers. NOT the TSH, which is made by the pituitary.
This would be your Free T4 and Free T3.
When you get your Free Ts back, they may reveal that you need the addition of some T3 thyroid hormone.
That would Cytomel or one of the Porcines like Armour that contain both.
With summer coming up, I'd wait to Fall to ask.
Quite frankly I like my cooler body temp in summer... keeping my house at 81 degrees helps me save on my air conditioning bill.
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