Tingling, numbness, & cramping in hands, arms, legs, feet. Difficulty swallowing. Problems with speaking, slurring words. Do I have ms?

Diagnosis. It is necessary to gather some more information regarding your sleep patterns, your family history, some risk factors like smoking, and it is best to visit with a neurologist, primary care doctor or even ENT to begin evaluating these symptoms. Although ms may explain some symptoms, it is not necessarily so.

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Painful achy legs & feet, sometimes arms. No swelling. Occasional numbness. Gastro problems. Fatigue. Increased anxiety. Dizzy. Could I have ms?

Possible. But given all the symptoms ms is unlikely. Specifically pain in the arms and feet, gastro problems and increased anxiety do not really fit the typical ms. Read more...
Sounds like 2dary. Secondary symptoms occur with MS, but are not the key factors in MS. Try this tool to help see if you may have MS http://www.neurocuro.com/how-do-you-know-if-you-have-ms/ Read more...

I have stabbing pain in my legs and arms. Also having tinglings and numbness in legs and feet. Difficulty with balance and weaknesswhat can it be? Ms?

Radiculopathy. It looks like you are having neuropathies of both upper and lower extremities as well as problem of balance . I will take good history and through physical examination . The first thing i will order will be the level of your vitamin B12 , methylmalonic acid an homocystine . However , i will differ your evaluation and management to your pcp and neurologist . You need to see them asap. Read more...
Imaging. Do you have an EMG or any imaging studies? These would be useful to help elucidate what might be going on. Read more...