What Is the Temperature of Human Blood?

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Unfortunately, there is no reliable documentation saying what the normal blood temperature of a human being is. However, it is said to be slightly higher than the body temperature and is placed at around 38 degrees Celsius or 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit. The normal body temperature range is 36.1 to 37.2 degrees Celsius. This is equivalent to 97 to 99 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Blood temperature is 37°C or 98.6F. It tends to vary very slightly between 36.1-37.8 °C but, due to thermoregulation, it generally remains at a constant of 37°C
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Human blood is 100 degrees Farenheit.
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Around 38 degrees Celsius (Roughly 100 F) It's slightly higher that body temperature which is at 37 C.
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The top number measures your blood pressure while the heart beats and the bottom measures pressure between beats. 120/80 or lower indicates ideal blood pressure. A reading of 90/60
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