Does MS cause a fever? Sumowski commented that body temperature issues in MS patients — including low-grade fevers, which are frequently reported as well — may be the result of the internal inflammatory process associated with the disease.
Does fever make MS symptoms worse? The rise in body temperature from a fever can make your MS symptoms worse. Doctors call this a “pseudoexacerbation.” This isn’t the same as having a relapse, when you have new or worse symptoms that last for more than 24 hours.
What does MS flare up feel like? Increased fatigue. Tingling or numbness anywhere on the body. Brain fog, or difficulty thinking. Muscle spasms.
Can MS give you flu like symptoms? Here are just a few: Exhaustion, stiffness, numbness, tingling, blurred vision, depression, disorientation, dizziness, in-coordination, acute pain, speech problems, parashtesia, flu-like symptoms, headaches, cognitive difficulties, memory loss, bowel/bladder dysfunction and mild to debilitating fatigue (RMMSC).