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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
1228.  K.O Ansty
1227.  M.M Coventry It seems that medical professionals need this as much as sufferers so that they are in confident in prescribing alternatives to \'have a baby\'.
1226.  G.R Southampton Had abdominal pain and was sent for scan. 2.5cm fibroid was found. GP said pain was due to indigestion. Nothing done about the fibroid. About. a year later started having very heavy period, another GP said was menopause. Had to insist for another scan and lo and behold the fibroid had grown to 10cm. Insisted to see a consultant. Just saw one and now waiting to have hysterectomy. I am getting to 50. and have 3 kids so dont really mind the op. but if its a younger person who had to go through this and end up with a hysterectomy that will be very bad.
1225.  B Warwick
1224.  K Preston I would like more research to be done on Fibroids, I have just had a Laparoscopy and Hysterectomy and a large cervical fibroid has been located and 'could be' the cause of my painful periods I couldhave told them this yonks ago and although I don't want kids I don't particularly want a hysterectomy, get researching!
1223.  G.C Billingham
1222.  S.S Liverpool
1221.  J.B Oxford Please
1220.  M.H London
1219.  S.W ABBOTS BROMLEY Please investigate as an urgent priority as GP's usually push Hysterectomy & Hormone treatments which have a vast impact on quality of lifestyle. As a Crew Manager of the Fire Service I am desperately trying to find alternatives as this could have a devastating impact on my career. Thank-you.
1218.  T.H Southend on sea
1217.  R.B St Albans Help, much more research needed. Give so many good women their quality of life back.
1216.  H.R Casalmaiocco
1215.  K.K Moscow
1214.  S.M Glasgow
1213.  M.K.M.B Harrogate
1212.  S.H Birmingham Ive never heard of this before at first i thought i had thyroid? plus im pregnant so i really dont know what to expect?
1211.  A.P London
1210.  C.G London I have suffered from torrential bleeding for several years, and thought it was part of growing older (I am 51). I had a hysteroscopic resection last week and am hoping that this will sort the problem out. It is only since my fibroids were discovered a couple of months ago, and I have talked to friends and colleagues, that I have realised what a common problem fibroids are and what misery they cause so many women.
1209.  K.H Fleet
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