Unexplained weight loss, CT scan of abdomen, CBC, CMP, Lipase, Amylase and upper endoscopy, nothing. I am prediabetic, could this be type 1 diabetes?

Type 2... Diabetes follows the natural course of pre diabetes not diabetes. Unexplained weight loss is difficult to manage. Continue care with you physician for close follow up and get cancer prevention and screening tools.
Depends. This depends on many more findings. Fasting blood glucose levels and more history is needed to make that diagnosis. You should bring up that possibility with your doctor and investigate that possibility to get under control. The sooner the better.

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