Posted by IGN on November 15, 2018 07:02:18 You know when your legs don’t move?
It’s when your spiral tube gets stuck.
That’s what happened to a woman in France who had to spend weeks getting it out of her legs.
In an interview with Le Parisien, the woman, who didn’t want to be named, said she went to the doctor to get her legs fixed.
The problem was that the tube had been trapped in her pelvis for years.
She needed a new one.
“They did the work and they didn’t know that I needed a second one,” she said.
“I started to think: ‘Why does my leg have a spiral tube?’
It’s like the answer to every question.
It’s a way to make sure that I’m going to stay in one place.”
Her first spiral tube had her standing up, but she decided to try another.
“It was the only one I could get out of my legs, because it was just too big for me,” she told the newspaper.
“The next day, I started to cry because I didn’t have a choice.
I had a headache. “
When I had my second one, I had to take it off.
I had a headache.
And when I took it off, I couldn’t breathe.”
The woman was taken to the hospital for a CT scan, where doctors discovered that the tubes had a “large internal cavity” which was “very hard to remove.”
“They couldn’t get it out because the internal cavity was so deep, and the tube was trapped in my pelvis.”
The tubes have since been removed and are being replaced.