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#1914
SEA SICK at the SURFACE
DiveGirl55 - 1/06/2009 5:48 PM
Category: Survey
Replies: 60

On a choppy wavy day diving, I am always first in the water and LAST back on the boat. Too much time at the surface gets my stomach in a whirlpool. HOW ABOUT YOU?
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AirOn - 2/17/2009 11:50 PM
[Choose #1] I’ve never had an issue, but I always pop a couple Dramamine before in case.
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MDW - 1/19/2009 11:25 AM
[Choose #3] Buddies use me to attract the fish (chum the waters).
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Peach-on-O2 - 1/17/2009 10:44 AM
[Choose #1] s it possible to be sick while diving
#5799
csemenko - 1/17/2009 1:47 AM
[Choose #3] Never seasick until my last boat trip...the only day I skipped breakfast. Was sick all day.
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Pixel - 1/11/2009 6:45 AM
[Choose #3] On a boat dive it’s permanent sick. But hitting that sea life at 30m makes it all worth it!!!
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Catman - 1/09/2009 1:18 PM
[Choose #1] I’ve never been sea sick, knock on wood, LOL
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scubashawn - 1/08/2009 11:50 AM
[Choose #2] try eating a half of sandwich it helps settle things for me
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RAWalker - 1/08/2009 1:39 AM
[Choose #2] Rarely sick usually there is another factor
#3066
mukashi - 1/07/2009 8:14 PM
[Choose #2] Rarely a problem.
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MonkeyDiver - 1/07/2009 8:06 PM
[Choose #2] Never is a word I try to avoid, but I rarely have a problem.
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Matt65 - 1/07/2009 12:32 PM
[Choose #1] I said never, only because it is so very rare, but, it has happened
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scubadad - 1/07/2009 7:23 AM
[Choose #3] I actually had to get out of the water during my IDC due to seasickness!
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Jen-Michael - 1/07/2009 12:19 AM
[Choose #2] Sometimes, if theres a slow swell present, not from waves ever though.
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Greg - 1/06/2009 10:42 PM
[Choose #2] If I get sick, I drink lots of water, eat something and make myself throwup. It helps!
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divemaiden - 1/06/2009 8:21 PM
[Choose #1] I keep my eyes on the horizon and I’m fine
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TColJeep - 1/06/2009 7:32 PM
[Choose #1] Happened once, now I use Triptone as a precautiion