Paralysis: Symptom and Causes


  • Loss of sensory function, motor function, bladder control, bowel control
  • Muscle rigidity, numbness and tingling, pain
  • Visual disturbances, difficulties with speech
  • Constipation or diarrhea
  • Loss of function in the bladder and sexual organs
  • Rashes, hearing loss
Symptoms of paralysis


Paralysis is most often caused by damage to the nervous system, especially the spinal cord.
Other major causes include stroke, tumour and trauma (due to a fall or blow)
  • Multiple sclerosis (a disease that destroys the protective sheath covering nerve cells)
  • Cerebral palsy (a condition caused by a defect or injury to the brain)
  • Metabolic disorder (a disorder that interferes with the body ability to maintain itself)
  • Spondylitis (a disease that causes stiffness in the joints of the spine)
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Toxins or poison
  • Radiations

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