I have been suffering from low body temperature (high 96's to low 97's) for about the last year. I notice that the lower my temperature the more I ache. My metabolism has slowed down, and I am unable to loose weight. I still excersise the best I can, and eat healthy, but my weight continues to climb. Other symptoms include hair loss, gastro problems, fatigue, and more. I have been to several Doctors, and have had VERY many labs ran. Everything comes back completely normal. Thyroid tests appear to be normal. I can not get an actual diagnosis other than Chronic Fatigue. Has anyone heard of Wilsons Temperature Syndrome.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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