Cancer Detection: Monitoring Your Temperature

Monitoring your body regularly can help spot cancer early and save your life

Knowing the signs & symptoms is half the battle! It is important that you monitor your body to detect any red flags for early cancer detection.

Frequency:

Take your temperature monthly.

Preparation:

Examination:

  • Use thermometer to check your temperature.
  • Temperature should be taken at the same time(s) of day, and after similar activities and conditions. Consult your doctor if you are menstruating.
  • If your temperature hovers above 100.4 ° F (38° C), take your temperature daily and record on temperature chart.

Notice Something? Here’s What To Do Next:

  • If you have a temperature over 100.4 ° F (38° C) on a regular basis consider it a “red flag”. This does not mean you have cancer. However, consult your medical team for a professional evaluation.

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Increase the chances of successful treatment when you spot cancer early! Download the Temperature Monitoring Guide and start monitoring your temperature today!

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Download the Complete Body Monitoring Guide to learn how to monitor your entire body for changes that might be symptomatic of cancer.

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Regular monitoring and testing is a life-saving habit. Save a Body Monitoring and Screening & Testing schedule to your Google Calendar or iCalendar to stay on track!

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