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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
1068.  H.M Southampton
1067.  A.W Nottinghamshire I have been back and forth to my Doctors for about 2 years until recently being told that my womb is full of fibroids. I cannot explain how much pain I have been through and how embarrassing it has been to bleed so heavily. I am due to see a gynaecologist next week and hope that I do not have to wait too long for surgery... Please prioritise this issue.
1066.  L.C London
1065.  M.W London
1064.  K.L London
1063.  A.M London
1062.  F.B London
1061.  P.C Stourbridge Womens' voices will be heard!
1060.  D London
1059.  C London
1058.  S LEICS I believe that we should all be offered a yearly ultrasound to check for fibroids and any other issues. I have had a seven plus years battle to find out I have fibroids, endometriosis, IBS, adhesions, and last but not least pain. If I had been able to have access to a yearly check up, I can't help thinking I would be a little better place than i am today. I have been advised that as my many fibroids are small, they are not a problem and in themselves do no require treatment. I have a full hysterectomy booked in September, I am 40, its not what I want, but after other treatments have failed, I am not sure where I go from here. Its a 100% campaign support from me. We need more funding and research. A CHOICE of a yearly full checkup. Many more options when a diagnosis is made. (East Midlands UK)
1057.  J.B Carshalton
1056.  K.M Leicester
1055.  D.B CHESTER I have just been diagnosed with fibroids and had no idea that all the symptoms i've been suffering over the last ten years have probably been due to these. Awaiting appointment with my GP to discuss the options. I am preparing to arm myself with as much info as possible as judging by the comments i've been reading not enough is known about the condition. I'm 53 but i'm not prepared now to wait and see if they disappear aafter the menopause. I want to feel better NOW!!! More research please to save future generations what we have been going through for years.
1054.  J.G London
1053.  K.L Nr Lewes GP's should give info before fibroids get out of control.
1052.  K.T Manchester
1051.  S.R EGGBOROUGH
1050.  M Nottingham This is a health issue that has affected every woman in my family over generations. In that time, a cure has been elusive and the treatment advances minimal. I would like see this condition taken seriously and more funding for research in to the causes and treatment, so that the next generation of women can live without the blight of fibroids.
1049.  N.R Glasgow
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