I've read on the Thyroid UK website that when doing the basal temperature test, readings should be within
36.5ºC - 37.2ºC (97.7ºF – 99.0ºF) and Dr Peatfield writes in his book that 'body temperature is maintained remarkably very level ...at 98.4F, which is about 37C.'
I've always had a low temperature and when my thermometer indicates 37C I'm already feeling very unwell as if I had the flu, so I'm not looking forward to having a temperature measurement of 37-37.2 C.
I wonder whether there are other people who are feeling the same.
Does this necessarily mean I'm hypothyroid? According to those values, I must have been all my life.
Thank you for any explanation or advice