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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
2401.  H.M Newcastle upon Tyne
2400.  K.P Warrington
2399.  S.H Dunmow, Essex Fibroids and their associated symptoms, such as heavy menstrual bleeding can have a huge impact on quality of life. Hysterectomy should not be the final solution. Further research is desperately needed.
2398.  C.P Gateshead
2397.  L.G Pontypridd More women need to have better information around fibroids and how debilitating they can be. Waiting lists are horrendous forcing people to seek private health care. More funding and better services needed desperately.
2396.  M San Miguel de Tucuman . , . , , http://textile.wikidot.com/ . , , . , . . !
2395.  T.U Nottingham
2394.  P Scotland It is time to invest more in fibroid research. A condition hardly talked about but affecting so many women world wide. Please educate healthcare professionals on how to speak to patients with this condition. Some consultants need to have more manners, have some compassion and should understand more than anyone that the uterus is not only for having children and that it can be preserved for the future of women’s health. Long term impact on health needs to be considered. More research into diet, lifestyle and environmental conditions exposure is needed as well.
2393.  J.F Hertford
2392.  J.F Hertford
2391.  G.F London This is a serious condition. It robs many women and their families of a good quality of life and it has serious implications on productivity. There is a lack of public awareness and inadequate support for this condition. This needs to change.
2390.  L.O Handsworth
2389.  N Ickenham I do not think it is right to consider fibroids as common and leave them without treatment. I am fed up of be heavy bleeding, pelvic pain and have to go for surgery led by constipation.
2388.  B.A Edinburgh
2387.  K.M Retford
2386.  C.L Merseyside
2385.  C.W Bristol
2384.  O.N London With more research into fibroids, we can be able to help others lower their risks and find out what the risk factors are . But also so that more women are more aware about the condition
2383.  I.H Stanmore I have suffered for over 10 years with various treatments, having seen various specialist. I work in medical research in a different clinical area and I was shocked how little there is on this when I tried looking. More is needed, there are treatments, which can make huge impact on life, yet such massive variations and so long to wait on NHS.
2382.  J.S Nottingham Today I was diagnosed with a 7cm fibroid. I feel as though I've had my diagnosis and left to get on with my life whilst taking medication to try and reduce my seriously heavy bleeding. I'm afraid to go out as I'm scared I'm going to bleed heavily in public which has happened, twice. I'm not mentally stable as there has been no support offered or any information given about my condition. I just feel let down like there's no hope and that I will wake up and it was all a nightmare.
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