Why does irritable bowel syndrome cause severe burning pain in my feet?

IBS? I am not sure this is the cause of the burning pain in your feet. IBS does not usually cause this. Sounds like neuropathic pain but again, IBS not usually the cause of this. Could it be due to the procedures and surgery you had on your foot and leg?

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Can irritable bowel syndrome cause severe tingling in the feet?

Unlikely. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is unlikely to cause tingling of the legs. IBS will cause abdominal pain, bloating, alternating stool patterns but should not cause tingling of the legs. If this continues or worsens you should seek medical attention. . Read more...

I am suffering from hand weakness... I have irritable bowel syndrome and B12 deficiency... Is that the cause of my severe hand weakness. I'm 19 years?

Surprising issues. Most cases of b-12 deficiency occur in older age group. Who made this diagnosis? Need to check b-12 and methyl melonic acid levels. If hand weakness on one or both sides, could be due to nerve compression at wrist or elbow, and may be carpal tunnel.. See a well versed internist and address all of this. May be see a neurologist later. Read more...
See doc. Severe hand weakness without mention of other symptoms of peripheral nerve irritation / dysfunction is concerning. You should probably see your doc to have this evaluated. Could be a problem anywhere along the course of the nerve all the way from the brain down to the wrist. Read more...