36.4 °C = 97.52 °F
The normal body temperature for an adult is around 98.6°F (37°C) but every person’s baseline body temperature is slightly different, and may consistently be a little higher or lower. Body temperature readings vary depending on where on the body a person takes the measurements.
Sometimes a normal, healthy adult has a low body temperature, such as 36°C (96°F). If the person with a low body temperature is not ill, does not have any other problems, and is not an infant or an older adult, then evaluation usually is not needed.
Is 36.4 a normal temperature?
A normal temperature is between 96.6° (35.9° C) and 98° F (36.7° C).
The normal temperature is usually a degree lower than the oral (by mouth) temperature. The axillary temperature may be as much as two degrees lower than the rectal temperature.
Your body temperature if 36.4 °C is what you feel is normal, then it’s not going to work.
Measuring body temperature at different levels has different reference values, using a digital thermometer or mercury thermometer.
Taking the oral or axillary route as a reference, the reference where the temperature can be measured also varies.
I’ll be talking about oral measurements.
98.6°F or 37°C is considered normal +/-0.5°F/C would do.
When the core body temperature rises above 100 ° F or 37.8 ° C, it is definitely a fever and, as an asymptomatic effect, it will usually present weakness.
If it’s anywhere below 100°F/37.8°C, but raised it’s a low-grade fever, can be due to multiple causes, usually responds well to medication. If it’s persistent, better consult a physician.
Celsius to Fahrenheit Fever
Human body temperature information and conversion tables include normal, high and low readings and fever readings from Celsius to Fahrenheit.