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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
1700.  S.J Nottingham
1699.  J.M Bolton The trust is doing a very good job, helping woman going throught this is very important. Hope they will be given the chance to continue to do the good thing they are doing for everyone expecially women. Thanks very much.
1698.  J London Living in London meant that once I reported my symptoms to my GP I was sent for immediate medical diagnosis and treatment to help with the terrible symptoms of fibroids, but more research should to be done to improve awareness, diagnosis, treatment, GP follow up care on progress (very poor), and where to go for help and support.
1697.  M.P Worthing
1696.  S.K London I would like to know how to treat a fibroid without it effecting fertlity and for more treatment options to be available on the NHS prior to having severe symptoms
1695.  M.G Leytonstone
1694.  J.B York Had a effect on my life for too long sure thousands of other women are in the same postion .Its not right and certainly not fair on us and our family,s
1693.  M.D.T Highbury London We need to more research into fertility sparing options for the treatment of fibroids so that the human rights of women are protected; i.e. the right to family life. Other countries are far more advanced in the treatment options available for fibroids such as the USA and the UK should strive to become a leading authority into the research of fibroids rather than look upon other countries to take the lead in this vital medical research needed by so many women both in the UK and around the world.
1692.  C.H Deeside I have suffered all my adult life with fibroids and had every treatment available - other than a hysterectomy. I am now 52, 25 years after my first fibroid was diagnosed and removed and menopausal but I still have several large fibroids that require treatment - no signs of the promised shrinkage due to age. I have suffered pain, aneamia and debilitation and the horror of always looking 5 months pregnant - which I have to say is not a good look for a woman of my age. I refuse to have major surgery as I cant be away from my job for that long. So I suffer in silence
1691.  S.C London
1690.  M.S Kingswood More research is needed and a system should be in place for early detection in non-symptomatic patients.
1689.  E.G Fetcham
1688.  S.B Long Buckby
1687.  B.B Lewes I've been told I have loads of fibroid s. Doctor just tells me to eat a healthy diet !!!
1686.  A.C Wimblington
1685.  M.S Redditch
1684.  K.K Feltham
1683.  M.L.M.S Makati city, Philippines Hi! I have a myoma uteri. I knew it last year when I got sicked and during my kidney ultrasound. The doctor ask me if im single. And I said yes.. I dont know what to do at that time my tears fall down. I couldnt move. I kept it secret and never treat. Can you please help me guys just explain it to me the result of my ultrasound.. the uterus is anteverted and measures 4.9 x 5.0 x 3.7 cm. The endometrial stripe measures 0.95 cm. The anterior lower aspect has an intramural with subserosal component 3.9 x 3.6 cm myoma. The right ovary measures 2.1 x 1.8 cm and the left measures 2.3 x 1.6 cm. No adnexal mass seen. No free fluid. Impression: Myoma uteri, Intramural with subserosal comp. Thickened Endometrium. Normal ovaries. No adnexal mass. ........ Can you please show to me where is the Anterior lower aspect found.? Please. I really need your help. I dont have money to support the expenses if ever I need to undergo a surgery.. Please help.. God bless thanks .
1682.  M.S Meden Vale
1681.  A.M.R Hanbury Greater awareness in particular by GPs is urgently needed to avoid years of being practically housebound.
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