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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
1155.  J.G London
1154.  R.D Bingley
1153.  A.A London
1152.  A.M Bingley
1151.  D.E Liverpool More research is needed for this condition which can cause real difficulties for many women on a daily basis.
1150.  S.H Minehead Earlier diagnosis is required given the variety of symptoms fibroids can cause. Limited treatment options when they get too large.
1149.  T.S Ramsgate
1148.  D Leighton Buzzard
1147.  S.B Margate Having had fibroids for many years and being told by a consultant that "it'll all go away soon with the menopause" when in fact the pain and symptoms have gotten 100% worse, thought I'd sign up for the education of the people that should know!
1146.  K Tangmere I was 28 when I was told I had fibroid\'s I had one taken out involving surgery at 30 and now after having a second one removed at 33 also involving surgery there need's to be more Research as I have lost 3 pregnancy in the last 2 years.
1145.  A.B London
1144.  M.M.P Doncaster
1143.  N.A London I have recently been diagnosed with fibroids. I do not understand why it is not tested for with a smear test. If I would have known earlier I could have made decisions about having children earlier. I only found out when I was having a baby and was in excruciating pain. I lost the baby and gained a massive fibroid instead. Many doctors seem to have no idea about what my options are and there is very little research to ease a patients mind. This site is very important.
1142.  T.G BRIGNORTH
1141.  A.W EXETER
1140.  S.B WALLINGTON Having just learned that I have a fibroid which is symptomatic I support any research into fibroids.
1139.  T.J STOCKPORT
1138.  M.D Truro
1137.  K.P Wishaw Having a fibroid of 8*8.5 cm I have been offered 2 options for removal, those being uterine immobilisation (if suitable) or a hysterectomy. At the age of 41 I most certainly do not want a hysterectomy and I\\\'m not convinced that immobilisation would be a healthy option in light of hopes to conceive. Myomectomy possibly would be better - but not offered to me - why not?
1136.  B.C Baingstoke
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