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'Exploding Boobs'

Discussion in 'Basic Scuba Discussions' started by Avonthediver, Apr 24, 2010.

  1. Crush

    Crush Solo Diver

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    The possibility for jokes is endless.

    My middle name is not buzz-kill, but as I posted on http://www.scubaboard.com/forums/basic-scuba-discussions/331432-i-knew-there-were-dangers-but.html :

    On a serious note, the article mentions that she might be pregnant. Women who are pregnant, or suspect that they might be pregnant should not dive because (1) DCS for the fetus is poorly understood, however; (2) studies with pregnant sheep indicate that the fetus can take a potentially life-threatening DCS hit.

    I suspect that, by now, this is old news.
     
  2. diver_doug

    diver_doug Solo Diver

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  3. joystershell

    joystershell Social Butterfly ScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
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    Well, bedtime for me.

    Ta Ta! :gr1:
     
  4. BioLogic

    BioLogic Nassau Grouper

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    *We interrupt this humor for a brief public service message*

    For any of you ladies who might end up in my fins ... they have no issues, although they do put your trim down by the head a bit.

    *We now return you to our regularly scheduled comedy*
     
  5. SeahorseDeb

    SeahorseDeb DIR Practitioner

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    Location: Cold green water in Washington
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    The "teaser" in the topic line. Unless they want to talk about dental fillings, same theory. nothing happens.
     
  6. SeahorseDeb

    SeahorseDeb DIR Practitioner

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    Okay, so I spelled "altitude wrong." The rest is legit. They'd better be more concerned about their dental fillings. The "ballast" in their mouth rather than the "float," both inconsequential issues for divers of either sex.
     
  7. SeahorseDeb

    SeahorseDeb DIR Practitioner

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    Also, think about reverse pressure. If they are combat pilots or flying in near-space environments or astronauts, seems to me the balloon expands rather than contracts via reverse pressure underwater, wouldn't this topic be of more interest if it were disussing the subject matter at altitiude with less psi rather than below sea level?
     
  8. Avonthediver

    Avonthediver Solo Diver

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: Ocala, Florida
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    Well don't ya just love the crap that star' come up with?
    This has been very up lifting enjoy and good night! :D
     
  9. Aquatic Eagle

    Aquatic Eagle Instructor, Scuba

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  10. highlandfarmwv

    highlandfarmwv Manta Ray

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    Why would air bubbles be in iinplants in the first place?
     

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