I have tingling that jumps around from arms to legs - mostly when sitting. Could this be ms?

No. You likely experience pressure upon peripheral nerves causing your tingling. This is NOT a picture of MS.
Maybe. Often ms will cause a visual disturbance in one eye. Patients also often describe unusual sensations, e.g. Hemibody sensory loss or tingling. Foot dragging or slapping is common as is imbalance, incoordination. See: http://goo.Gl/crcvy.

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