(By low, I mean a temperature in the 96's, or 97's) Is this really something to worry about? I did a quick google search, and found some pages relating symptoms, but I have also heard in the past that a low body temperature isn't really something problematic. In particular, one of the symptoms they list is that of feeling warm -- and for the past four or five years, I can be uncomfortably hot in a room while sitting right next to others that find the room uncomfortably cold. (and when I say "others", I mean almost everyone) I had never even thought this could be a problem until I realized my digital thermometer is consistently giving low temperatures. (I had first assumed it was just miscalibrated) I don't think I've ever seen it give a reading in the 98's or higher, except for one night when I had a fever of over 100. (It read something like 100.3, I think) I typically get readings in the upper 96's or low 97's... and if I immediately take my temperature a few more times, it might rise to the upper 97's. At the moment, I don't have another reason to see the doctor, and I'm sort of wondering if asking him about this is reason enough to schedule an appointment.