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About 95% of cases do not produce any symptoms. It is known as asymptomatic polio, in which the person is a carrier of the virus, being capable of infecting others. On the other hand, between 4 and 8 percent of the cases present symptoms, called symptomatic polio, within which we can make a distinction between two types: paralytic and nonparalytic polio (NPP).

Nonparalytic poliomyelitis

It is also known as abortive polio. Usually, people suffering from this disease variant don’t even suspect they have polio because it generates symptoms similar to the common flu. They typically last between 8 to 12 days. These are:

1-Fever

Fever – Healthy4u.us

It is a temporary increase in body temperature in response to any disease or illness. Fever is a mechanism of self-defense of the human body against the infections given that the majority of bacteria and viruses thrive more easily to 98.6 ° F, the average body temperature. Thus, fever slows down the spread of the virus throughout the body. Nonparalytic polio produces mild but constant high temperature, between 100.4 – 102.2 ° F. Besides, fever is accompanied by sudden sweats and continuous chills.


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