Is there fever in multiple sclerosis? A new study shows that relapsing-remitting MS patients who suffer from fatigue may also be running a fever.
Can MS affect your body temperature? MS damages the protective sheath around nerve cells in your brain and spinal cord. This slows down nerve signals, so your body doesn’t always respond the way it should. Heat can slow these signals even more. MS can also affect the part of your brain that controls your body’s temperature.
Does MS cause 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).
What is an MS attack symptoms? MS attack symptoms vary, including problems with balance and coordination, vision problems, trouble concentrating, fatigue, weakness, or numbness and tingling in your limbs.