Woman in the IMSS goes viral for requesting a consultation, after being kicked by a chaneque?

Users on social networks reacted to the unusual situation that was experienced in one of the facilities of the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS)since a woman presented herself for consultation because supposedly had been hit by a chaneque.

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Through Twitter A user who is apparently the doctor who treated the woman, published the photo with the health card with the description: 鈥淚f I don鈥檛 take a picture of it, they won鈥檛 believe me鈥.

Users reacted immediately as inside the primer you could see a piece of paper where the reason for the consultation came from and, is that the lady said that a chaneque kicked herwhich caused various reactions, some even wondered what a chaneque is.

Some Internet users wondered if the publication was to make fun of the woman, who is also elderly, to which the user replied that his intention was not that, but that the nurse wrote that and not that the ailment was simply in the hip.

What is a chaneque?

These creatures belong to the mexican mythology whose name comes from Nahuatl and means 鈥淭he beings that inhabit the dangerous places鈥. They are characterized by being the ones that take care of the forests and wild animalsThey also have a reputation for being mischievous, guilty of hiding things or causing children to get lost.

Some people think they are beings of great statureWhat are they misshapen creatures even that they have a tail, so depending on the belief it can have different forms.

In Veracruz there is a belief that there are good and bad chaneques. The former live in crops and do not cause major problems other than mischief such as hide objects from peopleon the other hand the bad ones are said to live in caves and rivers they kidnap children to turn them into their servants.

Finally it was clarified that the patient had a coxarthrosis or hip osteoarthritis which consists of a wear of the hip joint and is due to aging, a fracture or trauma.

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