A disorder called Erb's paralysis is characterized by arm numbness and lack of motion. A few of the causes behind Era's paralysis include:
1. Erb's paralysis is most frequently brought on by dystocia, which is a difficult or unusual birth or labor. It might happen, for instance, if the baby's head and neck are dragged to the side as the shoulders pass down the birth canal.
2. During a challenging birth, the infant's neck is frequently extended to the side and the shoulder is compressed downward, which might result in Erb's paralysis.
3. When a baby is larger than average, which makes delivery challenging, Erb's paralysis develops.
4. When the shoulder receives severe downward force from a fall or collision, Erb's paralysis can also develop in elderly patients.
5. The extreme pushing or stretching of an infant's head and neck during a challenging or protracted delivery frequently results in Erb's paralysis.
6. When a vaginal birth is hindered by an atypical fetal position, such as breech or feet-first, Erb's paralysis may develop.
7. Erb's paralysis can come from any substantial trauma, such as blunt force or strain to the neck during your kid's first few months of life, even though it most frequently happens after delivery.
Experiencing loss in one arm,One arm paralyzed completely or partially,One arm is weakened,Tingling in one arm,Limited arm movement
The patient may experience a small shortening of the affected arm or lose the ability to move his arms in a circular motion
Botulinum toxin A