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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
1095.  J.K Glasgow
1094.  B.S London Recently diagnosed only after private consultation. Unclear what to do next. More guidance on treatment and management options needed.
1093.  D.S MANCHESTER
1092.  R.G Chippenham
1091.  J.D Middlesex
1090.  E.W Northampton
1089.  S.G Kettering
1088.  S.S Ilford Was told i had large fibroids in sept 2011 was told i had to have a hysterectomy was given all the wrong info by gp. have had to change gp who is great she has found i am very animic and sent me to another hospital who are wasting my time by promising treatment then calling me in and not giving the treatment and ignoring my sever needle fobia and loosing notes about my condition. now waiting for anther 2 week to see if fibrib is cancerous with a vage promise of treatment with zoladex and surgery.N.H.S. drug page recomends that zoladex is only usesd for max of 3 months consultant talked about this as long term therapy looked drug up side effecs are bad good chance of forced menopause illness and having to be off work while on drug have been treated as a nusence and constant delay in treatment has made my condition a lot worse and i am now feeling like the only light at the end of the tunnel is to end my life as every time i see some one at the hospitals they make my quality of life worse not better
1087.  S.W London I have recently been diagnosed with fibroids and the biggest surprise and that no-one has no idea about what causes it and that the treatments are so brutal. Surely, given the vast numbers of women who are afflicted by this disease, it is time fibroid research is made a priority. I'm happy to take part in a study.
1086.  C.N London
1085.  S.S Peebles
1084.  W.K Almondsbury
1083.  H.L King's Lynn
1082.  M.K Mitcham I've been battling with fibroids for about 10 years now and have had 3 miscarriages. As a result of the fibroids am very aneamic which required me to have blood transfusions a couple of weeks back. My doctor is investigating the cause of my anaemia though I personally know is the fibroids as I have very heavy and painful periods! I most times have to breath and push to pass out the clots as if am in labour during my periods, which is abit scary!
1081.  C.B Ellesmere port
1080.  C.R Colchester
1079.  L Hove
1078.  J.B Dunstable More research needs to be done to get a better understanding of why fibroids develop and how women can avoid this problem. A permanent treatment solution also needs to be found so please do spread awareness of the luck of enough funding to do indepth research onto this conditions that is crippling millions of women across the world.
1077.  C.B Davengry I think we need more funding and research done on fibroids.
1076.  K.W Newark
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