Asked • 06/01/19

Can an antipyretic (I.e. Aspirin) lower normal body temperature?

Is it possible for an antipyretic medication taken when not experiencing fever to cause a person's body temperature to drop below normal? I found [one article]( that seems to say yes, but only for large doses (in mg/kg) in mice.

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