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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
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
1208.  T.G Blandford
1207.  C.C Farnham Removal of the uterus to treat fibroids is overkill and unnecessary causing suffering and an increased risk of ill health! There are alternatives such as embolisation which should be the number 1 choice!!
1206.  M.M London
1205.  S.M Choppington I have been having heavy bleeding and painful periods for many years now and within the last year I was diagnosed with fibroids. I had an endemetrial ablasion in March 2012, but the problems have come back and in some cases are worse. I am back at the hospital the end of Janaury 2013 and hope they can sort it - I am tired, have back ache and am either bleeding or spotting and now have excema down there from constantly having to wear some form of protection as I dotn trust my body - I am also sick of having to take a big bag where ever I go so I can take a change of underwear, wipes and extra protection.
1204.  S.P Hatfield
1203.  F.B Hounslow
1202.  T Glossop
1201.  S.M Glasgow
1200.  J.O Warrington
1199.  C.L Exmouth
1198.  D.W Stowlangtoft
1197.  C.B Doncaster More research is needed urgently. Most women i know had never heard of fibroids until i was diagnosed. i now am forced to have a hysterectomy at the age of 34.while this is needed to regain my quality of life it is not a \'cure\'.there should be a way to help other women before they get to where i am now
1196.  T.S Loughborough I strongly support the call for more research into fibroids. At 28 years old I could not cope with the misery caused by fibroids any longer and opted for an endometrial ablation. I have been told by doctors that in the end the only cure will be a hysterectomy. I believe that improving fibroid treatment would improve the lives of the huge numbers of women who are affected.
1195.  M.W Coral Gables Fighting fibroids is a global problem. There isn't any reason why it shouldn't be at the top for research and NATURAL treatment as a large percent of childbearing women are affected. Besides, humans shouldn't have to live a life of misery, in some cases, just because they can't afford or want surgery. To end, with technology, hysterectomies should be redundant already. Visit my website, http://www.fibroidsfighter.com , to see what home remedies are available. Thanks!
1194.  D.S MANCHESTER
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