A loss of the ability to move one or more of his or her muscles is called paralysis. Paralysis can be partial or complete, localized or generalized, and temporary or permanent. A tingling or numbing feeling is usually felt before the loss of function. Stroke, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, and congenital disabilities are some of the most common causes of paralysis.
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Query: I m 28 yrs old i met an accident last year due to this there is injury in my back bone disc l5 and S1. Doctor has done the surgery but i have pain in my back for last 1 week i want to that is their is big issue. My left leg has also have some pain and severing i m tensed that can i get paralysis due... Read Full »
Answer: Hello I read your concern...The injury what you had at the time of accident would have got corrected following surgery. So don't keep that thing in mind. Back pain can occur due to various reason... So need to know what got you current pain and correct it... Even a simple unaccustomed posture can l... Read Full »