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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
1165.  D.M Newmills GP diagnosis very poor and non specific, diagnosed with chronic fatigue and anaemia, despite the fact of telling GP I had fibroids. Early detection is necessary as my uterus has ended up into my belly button. I hear many women distressed at misdiagnosis or lack of diagnosis with common symptoms.
1164.  E.T Newbury
1163.  K.E Lowestoft
1162.  K.C Southport
1161.  L.S Halberton
1160.  J.G Matlock More research is needed. Women should not still be loosing their womb and ovaries to fibroids as a matter of course!
1159.  A.K Chatham I would like more research be done into the reason for having fibroids.
1158.  N.G Tregarth, Bangor I have discussed my fibroid problem and the only advice so far is to undergo a hysterectemy.
1157.  M.T.K Sawbridgeworth, Herts Been trying to conceive since late 2009, had my second myomectomy Dec 2011 and still not been able to conceive. I suspect the fibroids have grown back. I strongly vote for further research in Fibroids.
1156.  P.M Bristol
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.
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