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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
2377.  M Ulaanbaatar | Show more>>>
2376.  M Ulaanbaatar
2375.  S Ligatne 2017 resident 33
2374.  R.A Bristol
2373.  K.S Kilmarnock
2372.  S.P Penshaw Why should I have to have a full hysterectomy? no other options available to me ive been told? what about the Acessa method that seems popular and less invasive in the US? what about laser or radiology methods? I just want to be rid of these monsters that ruin your life in the least intrusive way along with many other people in the world, help needed.
2371.  L.G Southampton There is not enough research into fibroids and women are sent home to suffer without help or even sympathy with a big impact on having a normal life and quality of life.
2370.  M.R.L Cambridge I am suffering with a fibroid. I had UAE on it in February 2017 and it shrunk from 5 cm to 3 cm, and is now 1.4 cm. It is still causing me symptoms and medical professionals don't believe me that I am still in a lot of pain. I have stopped working because of the pain I am in. More research needs to be done on fibroids urgently.
2369.  G Wellington
2368.  G Wellington
2367.  J Santa Rosa Https://buckshee.petimer.ru/user/lion/media/video-82754/
2366.  J Santa Rosa - https://buckshee.petimer.ru/user/okki/media/video-85603/
2365.  P.I London
2364.  M.E Melbourne Many doctors do not have the skills to perform myomectomies and are only offering hysterectomies to their patients. Far more research is required to understand how fibroids are caused and to treat hormones effectively.
2363.  S.S Vines Cross
2362.  G.M London More research needs to be done Immediatly
2361.  N.N Yaxley
2360.  # Http://bbs.kevinsteel.com.tw/BBS/profile.php?mode=viewprofile&u=344831 - , http://pwgo.ru/user/WorldSecurityUA/ http://www.hotel-montecarlo.it/index.php?option=com_k2&view=itemlist&task=user&id=782650 http://www.paradigmchange.me/forum/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=8174 http://www.anapamenu.ru/user/WorldSecurityUA/ http://polite.com.ua/user/WorldSecurityUA/ videocecur2019 . , . . , . . . , , . 90 - . . . , , . . . "" - .
2359.  H Garhoud
2358.  A.W London My fibroids were so large when they were diagnosed that the best option for treatment is invasive myomectomy surgery and a lengthy period of recovery. I fully support more research and a better scheme for early detection, monitoring and treatment.
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