Speaking of being sick, I found out that my regular non-sick temperature was/around 35.5° (96F) (oral temp - that's really low, I know, but last time I checked, I wasn't a robot and wasn't in a constant state of hypothermia).
Turns out oral temp of 32.2 can actually be normal in some people!
Does that mean I have a fever at say X+1,5°, so 37°(99F) or that it's only a fever if it's above 37.8°(100°) - the temperature the thermometer leaflet says it's fever?
I do feel feverish when I'm ("way") below 37.8, that's why I have been taking my temp every now and then, ( same time of day, no activity before, all that stuff) never went above 36.2 or below 35.2, to try and figure my own self out.
(I used an online C° to F°, hope they're close enough to the real numbers)
edited to add a few things