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Starving sweaty pains?

sometimes I get hungry at say 4:00pm so I wait until 5 to eat dinner. but my 5 sometimes I'm starving and my stomach makes weird noises and hurts and I start getting really hot and sweating.

sometimes this occurs within 2 hours of eating a pretty good size meal. and its not slow. i go from oh hey im kind of hungry to feeling like im going to die in less than an hour.

whats going on inside me?!

should be noted I lost about 50- 60 pounds in a year (about 3 years ago). and maintain my new 180lb body shape. my friend ( with 0 medical knowledge) said i may get type 2 diabetes and  also sweat very easily. like 72+ degrees and im soaked.
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Hello and hope you are good.
The exact cause of your symptoms can be determined after a complete medical evaluation. A detailed history, clinical examination and work up is necessary.Hyperthyroidism,worm infestation, peptic ulcer, diabetes mellitus all can lead to increased craving for food and unintentional weight loss. Excessive thirst, excessive sweating, increased appetite, increased frequency of urination are few of the common symptoms of diabetes mellitus. If in doubt consult a physician and get fasting blood sugar done. Do keep me posted.
Best luck and regards!
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