I would say no and here is why. Aseptic meningitis is defined as an irritation of the meninges (membranes that surround the brain) that is not caused by a culterably organism, like a bacteria, tb, syphillis, or fungus. Many viruses cause aseptic meningitis. Other things, like some medications, or tumors, or leaking blood can cause the irritation also.
MS attacks the deeper central nervous system - not the outside lining. When lesions are seen on the meninges it points waayy, away from MS to an viral infection, Lyme, NeuroSarcoid, etc.
I'm not saying that a person with MS can't get aseptic meningitis, but it would be a separate thing, not related to the MS.
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