For several years my temp rose about
4:30 every afternoon - so I don't think the variations your experiencing are very unusual. I normally run "low" - think 96.8 - and it would rise to about
99. Since it never got over 100 my Drs never really counted it for anything & didn't treat specifically for that.
Even before Lupus I've had horrid insomnia, so as a matter of course I set the bedroom temperature 62-64 every evening about
an hour before bedtime. It seems to help quite a bit - as does a cold drink and a splash of cold water on my face.
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