Normal body temperature varies by person, age, activity, and time of day. The average normal body temperature is generally accepted as 98.6°F (37°C).
|Oral||33.2–38.1 °C (91.8–100.6 °F)||35.7–37.7 °C (96.3–99.9 °F)|
|Rectal||36.8–37.1 °C (98.2–98.8 °F)||36.7–37.5 °C (98.1–99.5 °F)|
|Tympanic||35.7–37.8 °C (96.3–100.0 °F)||35.5–37.8 °C (95.9–100.0 °F)|
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