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    Sudden hunger issues?
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    feramoo posted:
    So just starting the other day (no other symptoms have occurred with this) even after eating I am hungry. Example, today I had breakfast which was a thing of Macaroni and cheese with peas..I had enough to sate what I thought was my hunger then stopped. About 3 hours later I was starving so I had two mchickens and a large fry..not even an hour later my stomach felt empty and I was wanting to eat so bad. Even after having a snack of an apple and cheese and crackers all together my stomach feels empty..but full at the same time..it is a weird feeling.
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    An_255018 responded:
    There are a lot of conditions that could cause these symptoms. Only your doctor can diagnose and treat you.


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