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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
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
1048.  A.M Thurso
1047.  K.D Wardle. Rochdale
1046.  J.M Northolt
1045.  S.M Southampton
1044.  S.J.P Northumberland
1043.  K.A Colchester I suffer from fibroids and i would like to find more information.
1042.  G.G Histon, Cambridge
1041.  D.A Chafford Hundred, Grays, Essex
1040.  L.G Halesowen For such a common problem more research and funding is needed. I suffer with painful heavy periods due to a fibroid and wonder if my symptoms will get worse as I am only 45. 3 of my aunts all had fibroids and all had to have an hysterectomy 20 odd years ago. Please add my name to petition.
1039.  S Leamington Spa I have had a 6cm fibroid which was diagnosed four years ago, before that I had a smaller one taken out by keyhole in 1997. I cannot believe that we have to have so much surgical intervention for a common but life affecting condition Upon visiting my local hospital, I was advised to have a hystorectomy, as fibroids tend to bleed greatly! I am due another scan soon, but I will not concede to such a drastic intervention...
1038.  J.P Wellingborough
1037.  C.G Martlesham Yes we need more research into this condition. Also greater awareness of the effects of HRT on fibroids.
1036.  M.E.G Llangurig
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