What are the symptoms of ms? I have chronic intermittent low grade fever, fatigue, leg stiffness, joint aches, on both legs.

Doubt MS. Early common symptoms of ms include a single neurologic complaint- leg or arm weakness, blurry vision, difficulty in talking, etc. These symptoms typically go away by themselves, but can reappear, with additional neurologic problems. Pain and fever are not typical complaints in my experience.

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Is low grade fever and swelling in ankle a symptom of ms?

Ankle swellin. No, this wouldn't be considered sufficient data necessary for a differential diagnosis of ms. Follow up with your primary physician first.These two symptoms may not be related to each other. Let your doctor determine whether a consult with a neurologist is needed. Read more...
Not usually. Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disorder that affects the central nervous system. The symptoms vary between patients but do not typically include fever and swelling. Read more...
No. Perhaps the fever and ankle swelling represents a local infection, and less likely an inflammatory joint disorder. Ms does not cause such problems. Although steroid usage in ms could result in avascular necrosis of shoulder, knee, or hip, would not usually even cause a fever. Read more...

I have leg and arm pain pain finger numbness leg stiffness which affects my walking, and balance my fingers shake and I always feel tired ms?

Some thoughts. Would consider possible cervical spine issues and get this checked with mri. You could possess a peripheral neuropathy, and could even have b-12 problems. The stiffness and shaking bring up parkinson's. This does not sound like ms. Please seek out an experienced neurologist, and get this pinned down. Read more...
Hard to say. Unusual constellation of symptoms. A possible herniated disc could cause these pains in arms and legs as well as balance problems. You need to get this checked out by your doctor. Read more...