It's a serious illness, not just for parents, but also for doctors, as well: Disability Problems (AFM) cause weakness and loss of muscle muscles and legs, and can continue to cause serious problems.
It is not just the signs of fear. It is also anxiety because we do not know what causes it. Although the symptoms are similar to polio, patients with AFM have tested positive for polio. One point was thought to have caused the other passage of enterovirus, but that did not happen. It can be another virus, or it can be a kind of poison, or anything else – or might be mixed.
What we do (we do not know) AFM
We know that AFM is much more common among children, and we know cases in the summer and in the fall. We know that the symptoms appear to be caused by viruses such as enterovirus, adenovirus, or West Nile virus, but after that I do not know much. Because we have been following this disease since 2014, we do not know the long-term effects. Some patients quickly recover, but others are less susceptible to bleeding.
Symptoms of AFM
AFM symptoms include:
- weakness in arms or legs or both
- losing muscle muscle in arms or legs or both. This means not only the hands or the legs are light, they seem to be more flexible or longer than normal.
- In some cases, the symptoms may include:
- weakening the muscles of the face, which can lead to the face to transmit
- eye problems
- eye impairment, to turn it off
- speech problem
- Problems with swallowing
- breathing difficulties.
If your baby shows any of these symptoms, call your doctor right away.
Because we do not know what's really the cause of AFM, we do not have real treatment. We support patients when they are sick, giving them medicines to help them with their symptoms, and other physical and therapeutic services that may be helpful to them, but there is no medication that we can give them to cure or even cure illness.
AFM and public health
And even in the fear of even fear, the number of cases has risen. So far until 2018, there were 62 confirmed cases (127 were reported in possible cases, but 62 were confirmed). All in 2017, only 33 cases were confirmed. From 2014, there were 368 confirmed cases. Finding the right numbers for this body is hard, since there is no clear test. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) use patient characteristics as well as the results of MRI scanning (the magnetic magnetization of the brain) to determine if someone has AFM. Since all patients have not been diagnosed with MRI, because all patients are notified by the CDC, the numbers are likely to increase.
Parents want to know
As we do not know exactly what the AFM, it is hard to tell people how to prevent looga. You can prevent polio from getting vaccinated, and everyone should be vaccinated. West Nile virus can cause flu-like symptoms and avoiding mosquito bites is the best way to prevent looga. The best advice we can give is to prevent viruses looga may provide AFM as the most simple: wash your hands thoroughly.
Despite all the dreadful substances, it is important to remember that in general this is a rare disease – less than one million people get it.