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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
407.  J.B Sheffield I have recently been through a lot of trauma due to having a large uterine fibroid. In brief: loss of baby, nearly dying myself due to blood loss, 12 blood transfusions, a big operation and four months bed rest and the possibility of not being able to have children. If more research is required to prevent other women and their partners, families and friends from experiencing such trauma then please do provide funding into this area.
406.  F.T MILLPORT ISLE OF CUMBRAE I had a Mirena coil fitted nearly two years ago it looks like it has failed. If i had been told about the side effect i most likely would not have had it fitted.
405.  M.G Beckenham, Kent
404.  J.C London
403.  E.C London I have regrown fibroids. I feel money/Budgets come first before patients in the eyes of the doctors i have seen.
402.  S.O Birstall, Leicester
401.  P.K Villeurbanne
400.  M.R Leamington Spa
399.  D.P Nottingham
398.  D.B Eaton Tarporley More research is definitely necessary regarding fibroids as is the availabilty of general information regarding the condition. Having had an abdominal myomectomy 8 weeks ago performed by a fertility surgeon, I was very fortunate (hysterectomy was never mentioned). However, I have never been given any decent information on the surgery, and found that if it wasn't for the fibroid trust website I wouldn't have known what to expect. If you have a hysterectomy, there is a whole lot more info out there. So let's get more info and research into this the sooner the better.
397.  V.M London
396.  C.C Malton
395.  L.D Higham, Rochester
394.  E.R Solihull
393.  C.M Dartford I have just recently had a fibroid removed and believe there should be much more information made available. I also had to suffer terrible periods for over a year before my GP would refer me.
392.  J.O London
391.  A.M Manchester
390.  K.F Croydon This would help many
389.  U.H London, UK
388.  A.K London Early detection as vital as late detection can cause months of suffering and involve much more use of NHS resources and sickness benefits and mean people are unable to work. Those over over the age of 35 should be prioritised for screening. Treatment should be as non- invasive as possible. I have known people to be spoken to about hysterectomies when other treatments were still possible. This is completely unacceptable.
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