The duration of paralysis can vary widely depending on the cause and severity of the paralysis. In some cases, the paralysis may be temporary and resolve on its own, while in other cases it may be permanent.
For example, if the paralysis is caused by a temporary condition such as a pinched nerve or a spinal cord injury that is not severe, the paralysis may resolve within a few days to a few weeks. However, if the paralysis is caused by a more severe injury or illness such as a stroke or a spinal cord injury that results in permanent damage, the paralysis may be permanent.
In general, it is important to seek medical attention immediately if you experience any signs of paralysis, as early treatment can help to minimize the damage and improve the chances of recovery.