I have MS just got diagnosed. It does not usually come on the way you describe. YOU need to see a doctor, so you can find out what is wrong. So many symptoms seem like many things. I was told I might diabetes and it ended up being MS. I was begging for an answer to what was wrong with me for 2 years before I got an answer. Also MS strikes men and women but more women. It is more common in the Northern hemisphere and it usually strikes people in their 20's or 30's
I have done the research. I am unusual I got it later in life.
I hope you are ok and it may be nothing so just go get checked out and prevent something that could get out of hand.
Hugs from Velvetann