I am a 30 yr old female. Ever since i can remember i am always hungry and my stomach is burning when im hungry. I have to eat every two hours or else my stomach burns and i start to get weak and sweaty and starving. I have changed my diet cut out sugar eat every couple hours, cut down on meat protein and it is still the same. the only time that i can go without eat ever two hour is when i eat a bad meal like hamburger french fries and a lot of, then i just feel sick and i don't like to eat like that. I don't know what is going on if im not breaking down proteins correct or what. Any advice is high appreciate. Thank you for your help.
Check you blood sugar levels.
If the burning sensation is persistent, you may take PPI once before breakfast.
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