Every so often, I use google’s automatic translations. The results are always funny. Here is a recent find:
“That annoying pain in the hip that soon moved to the leg was the beginning of a stormy suffering for Alicia Of the Parra, a Mexican of 34 years. The annoyances began when it was in the third month of his second pregnancy and all the one that listened to its complaints said to him that it could be sciatic, a painful disease.
It went to the doctor and the only thing who prescribed to him was Tylenol to calm the pain. They said to him that he was something fleeting and that it was probable that it arose by the weight that had won in the pregnancy.
Trying to find a solution, Of the Parra it tried of everything: homemade tricks – like throwing of the small finger of the foot, therapies with homeópatas, remedies of healers, pomadas, massages and acupuncture. Nothing had desired effect of permanent form.
Rex Marco, professor of ortopédica surgery of the Health Science Center of UT in Houston, recommended that the patient only receives treatment when the symptoms are acute or the pain does not stop after several days to take medicines without prescription. ‘It is necessary to consider that in most of the cases of sciatic, the problem happens without having to do nothing’.”