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First thing to do when there is a problem is to perform a Hard Reset. Do this by holding the Power button and the Home button at the same time until the Apple logo shows. …Then wait for a minute or two and your iPhone should work. If that doesn't work, try taking a screenshot by quickly pressing the power button and home button at the same time. If the screen goes white then you know the screen still has some functionality. You may need to restore your iPhone. It is a good idea to regularly back up your Apple device just in case a problem like this happens. If this doesn't work either you should bring your iPhone to a Genius Bar at an Apple Retail Store. (MORE)

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If the disks are herniated (bulging is another term) the specific nerves causing your problems ARE being pinched/compressed by the disks - that's what happens when you herni…ate a disk. The diagnosis you describe is disk herniations between the C3/C4/C5/C6 vertebrae. I've had flattened disks between C5/6/7, with a resulting fusion operation to correct it as well. In my case I had no choice as my left arm was becoming paralyzed. I've also had 2 other major spinal surgeries. You should already have received some kind of treatment plan, likely Flexeril, and anti-inflammatory and / or a strong painkiller like Percocet or Vicodin. It's important that you DO NOT LIFT anything over a couple of pounds. I'm guessing that this happened as either a whiplash injury or something similar. If the problem is already causing tingling and numbness in your fingers you need to report that immediately to your doctor. If you're not already seeing a Neurosurgeon, you should be. Orthopedists are useless in spine and disk problems as they understand the bone aspects, but not the neurological complexities. A general doctor just doesn't have the expertise required to treat this. The reason you need to report it is that if you're having tingling/numbness in your fingers (especially if it's creeping its way from the tips to the knuckles) the disk inflammation isn't getting any better and the pressure is enough that it's starting to cut off the nerve impulses to your hand. Unless you get it looked at and treated, you could wind up with long term nerve damage or worse. I've already faced this and been through it, aside from dealing with these problems myself for over 20 years. In my case, within 2 weeks of the initial pain my left arm was almost paralyzed, and my fingers were numb from the fingertips to the first knuckle. The fusion I had included a bone graft from my right pelvic area as well as a plate. It is not something to take lightly. If your doctor is not treating it as a serious issue, you need to get another one fast. I cannot stress the importance of getting the disk pressure relieved off of the nerve in question, likely the C5/C6 disk. Also, do not do any activity requiring any lifting, arm strength, etc., and don't drive if you can avoid it. If you're not taking any anti-inflammatory drugs (which I'd be shocked if you weren't) you need to start. Message me and let me know what meds they have you on so far. I had this category started because this is the one area in my life in which I've dealt with for many years, and I've survived bad doctors, diagnoses, hospital mistakes, pain on scales you can't imagine (even now), and continuing spinal damage and severe pain. Hopefully I can help you and others avoid the bad things that I've been through. if you have specific questions don't hesitate to PM me. 2 sites you need to look at: American Pain Foundation - http://tinyurl.com/8thkgm Spine Universe - http://tinyurl.com/ysxy5l If you eventually require surgery, let me know as there are certain decisions you'll face where the wrong choice can have consequences down the road. TSD -RAVEN- - Category Supervisor ---- I hope this helps if someone told you all those disc were bulging you must have had a mri? I just went threw the same thing c5 c6 had a pinch nerve and they did therapy did another mri showed nerve wasnt pinch anymore anyway to make along story short have a Dr do a milogram and catscan this shows all around the disk. Worked for me just had a fushion on c5 c6. Hope this helps. (MORE)

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The technical definition is "(of a quantity or function) related to another so that their product is one. The reciprocal of a fraction is mostly flipping the fract…ion Ex. 5/2 the reciprocal would be 2/5, you're mostly just flipping it. A reciprocal is a mathematical term. It is often used in the inverse of multiplication. For example, the reciprocal of 100 is 1/100. (MORE)

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A reciprocal of a fraction is when you interchange the numerator and the denominator. Example: 3/5: reciprocal = 5/3 The reciprocal of a fraction is when you interchange the n…umerator and the denominator. Example: 3/5: reciprocal = 5/3 (MORE)

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I have the feeling that you were looking to find a value for each variable in this equation. Unfortunately you can only solve for each variable in terms of the other variables… in this equation. (MORE)

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The reciprocal of a number is 1 divided by the number. Alternatively, a number and its reciprocal make a pair such that they always multiply to make 1.

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Reciprocal is the multiplicative inverse. This means that a number times its reciprocal equals 1. So the reciprocal of 5/4 is 4/5, such that (5/4) x (4/5) = 1. Opposite is a l…ittle more vague, but could refer to the additive inverse. A number, which when added to the additive inverse will equal zero. In this meaning, the additive inverse of 4/5 is -4/5, so that when they add together, the sum is zero. here are some examples to help you out lets say you get this problem 2 . 5 _ รท _ 3 . 4 ok so now you must do the RECIPROCAL of the second number {reciprocal of 5/4 is 4/5} so your equation should look like this 2 . 4 _ x _ 3 . 5 which equals 8/15 see I did the reciprical of 5/4 I just flipped it around!! it is as simple as that (MORE)

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Corresponding roles that define the patterns of interacton between related statuses. Ex: doctor-patient or athlete-coach.

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The reciprocal of 6 (which is equal to 6/1) would be 1/6. all you are really doing is swapping out the numerator with the denominator.

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Some people say that the 'c' stands for cheap, because the iPhone 5 is made out of plastic (polycarbonate frame reinforced with steel). There is no answer to what the 'c' …means but it is presumed that it means colour because the 5c comes in 5 colors. (MORE)