Posted 12/31/2015 12:03 AM (GMT -6)
First of all, normal body temperature is a range, not an exact number. The normal range is generally considered anywhere from 97 to 100 degrees orally. Some people habitually range higher or lower than that. A "normal" is really an average of temperatures found in healthy people over a long period of time.
Temperatures lower than normal can be related to hypothyroidism or any of a number of other things. If you're really worried, check with your doctor. I think probably you're fine, but maybe consulting Dr. Google too often?